The Impact of Passion on Your Leadership

By | March 27, 2019

[March 27, 2019] What do people mean by following a passion?

To understand this, I had to experience myself how being passionate about something changes the way you do business. Now that overcame a long list of challenges and run my own company, I want to help others to improve their leadership. Below I’m going to share my tips on becoming a better leader.

What Does It Mean to Be a Leader?

The word ‘’leader’’ can mean different to different people. Some see a leader as a person who is the head of a company but they are mistaken.

There is a huge difference between being a leader and being a C.E.O. As a leader, you have to show others what type of mindset they need to have and with the right attitude, you can shape the company for success.

Always Looking for Improvement

No matter what type of business you are in, there will always be innovations and you will want to keep up to date with all the improvements. By seeking to improve yourself you will actually encourage the people around you to do the same.

I’m always questioning my knowledge and stay on the lookout. No matter how long you have been in the business, there is ALWAYS something to learn. Even your employees can your teachers. Remember: successful leaders are not afraid to show humility.

If your employees see you grow, they will constantly work on their skills too.

Sharing Your Vision

Passion helps you to explain to others your vision and thus turn it into a reality.

I remember how excited I was when I was pitching the first suggestion to my employees. I was dedicated to making them envision my plan and they could see the fire in my eyes. They all got on board since passion is definitely contagious.

If you want to turn your vision into reality, you will need people to back you up. But if you don’t believe in your ideas passionately, who will?

Emphasize why you do what you do. The moment I share my goals with my employees they become not just my goals, they become OURS.

Thriving to Be the Best

Don’t settle for less than the best. If you are truly passionate about something, you won’t accept partially done work.

Whenever I’m doing something I always ask myself can I do it better? If the answer is yes, then I keep trying.

You are the face of the company and you set the tone for your employees’ behavior and work habits. If you don’t thrive to be the best, you most definitely can’t expect that from them.

I try to pay attention to every small detail. When I get new content for my website from a writer and see the piece is beyond my expertise, I hire the best editing services and make sure that every word is perfect.

One can’t excel in everything. Surround yourself with experts in the field you need advice in.

Over to You

Hopefully, these tips will encourage you to focus your passion for business on improving your leadership. If you are lucky enough to do something you believe in, you should transfer that feeling to others in your company.

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Author: Daniela McVicker

Daniela McVicker is an experienced writer with a degree in social psychology from Durham University. Daniela is primarily focused on writing about self-improvement. She has authored a number of insightful and motivating articles like “Making The Right Choices Every Day” and “7 Steps To Open Yourself To New Opportunities & Possibilities”.

8 thoughts on “The Impact of Passion on Your Leadership

  1. Scotty Bush

    Excellent, Ms McVicker. Well done. I certainly liked the article.
    Where can we find more of your articles?

    Reply
  2. AutisticTechie

    Your advice is appreciated. Getting each word right is an idea some people have yet to get.

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    1. Georgie M.

      Correct, we certainly don’t want to use confusing or overly complex words or phrases.

      Reply
  3. Lynn Pitts

    Thanks for a good article. It is always a pleasure to read Gen. Satterfield’s ‘guest blogger’ articles. Enlightening.

    Reply
  4. Maureen S. Sullivan

    Most people can’t even tell you what a leader is, or is not. Daniela does this and goes on to explain how to make improvements in your leader abilities – all this applies to our everyday lives.
    🙂

    Reply
  5. Eric Coda

    “Thriving to be the best” is my favorite part of your article. Well done.

    Reply
    1. Greg Heyman

      Hey Eric, I agree….great article. An old US army saying was ‘be all you can be.’ Similar idea and one that works.

      Reply

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