ASTRA DEVELOPMENT LEADERSHIP
Astra Development Leadership tries to:
- Leadership in your company
- Work and well-being in your company
- Talent in your company
- Proven evidence
- The Ideas
- Acceptance of reality
- The committed action
- Analysis of evidence-based best practices and the context in which they are developed.
- Implement actions to improve personal and professional life compatibility
- Seek comprehensive well-being for all stakeholders
- Awareness of skills needed to lead: Relational skills, emotional and cognitive
- Continuous learning to adapt to the environment
- Feedback and agile action against the reaction
- Open mind and awareness
- Acceptance against avoidance
- Creativity to recognize and use your current strengths in a different way
- Build and move in the valued direction
- Knowing each person's needs to help them whenever we can
Astra Development Leadership does NOT consist of:
- Learning a language, a vocabulary
- Becoming a leader at the expense of others
- Fight for status and position
- Choosing between stocks and short- and long-term disjunctions
- Separate economic and hard aspects from soft ones
- Business knowledge
- Stakeholders' knowledge
- Force public discussions
- A cure or remedy. Therapy to improve emotional aspects, cognitive or behavioral. This has its own genuine space. See more
- Using test that marks results. These are just tools that help us become aware of certain things
- Having to prove something
- Breaking with the whole past to build a new building that underpins leadership
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We use: Validated tests; Qsituational wheels; Entrevistas
we identify strengths, critical incidents and growth areas
Situational tests; Tyou are validated; In-depth and incident interviews Critical
What do leaders do to learn?
- Facilitating management and leadership knowledge and skills
- Leadership skills are very different from management skills. Developing leadership skills involves creating a commitment, Emotions, excitement and confidentiality
- Being good listeners, confident and emotionally resilient
- Having high self-esteem
- Maintain and build good relationships with others
- They are open to new ideas and tolerant with different points of view, maintaining good physical and psychological condition
- They go beyond the behaviors that facilitated their success, in order to develop and train others and make others even better than them
- They make decisions that can be personally difficult, but they are necessary to create the future they want for themselves and others.
How do you learn leadership?
Leadership is learned through four processes:
- Feedback Process
Comes from consideration and analysis of personal successes and failures, as well as the observations of others.
- Self-reflection process
It's a process in itself. This often means creating the time and space to think about life and decisions made. Looking to the future and considering what's important in the next stage of life.
- Risk Assumption Process
It means understanding the options available and being prepared to make the decision to do and act differently. These risks are thought and calculated. However, the nature of risk means having to take a step into the unknown without the absolute certainty of success.
Often in the individual assessment processes that we take on personal risks is flawed because many people underestimate the chances of success, often when they believe there is a likelihood of 50% success, the reality is that success is achieved 80% of the time.
- Change Process
Change is inevitable. We get older, circumstances change, families change, organizations are restructured, people come and go. It is in times of change that opportunities for feedback are often, self-reflection and risk-taking are greater.
Most people say they have learned more about themselves and their ability to LEAD in difficult times.
When behaviors and patterns don't work, individuals are forced to reconsider and test new ways of being and doing. This can take time and can cause some pain and difficulty.
What makes learning leadership difficult?
It is a challenge for most people is that they are too busy to reflect on oneself or to vigorously pursue self-improvement, or to be concerned about change. We all have a tendency to cling to long-held beliefs about ourselves that may not be valid.
Four factors make it difficult to learn leadership:
- Most managers have formal authority and therefore control over the fate of others. This prevents knowing the personal opinions that may bring to mind their limitations.
- Success: This makes change difficult. It's hard to recognize that what's worked so well so far can't continue to work the same in the future.
- Experience: The need to be competent and appear to be very strong for many people in surviving island organizations where only one is saved or won. This limits the feedback they are willing to accept.
- Time and action: the constant drive to do more with fewer means makes introspection and self-reflection difficult.
True leaders know that there are difficult times and demonstrate what they are worth even when the world turns against them.
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