Develop Leadership Skills to Avoid Being an Anxiety Carrier

Think for a moment about how you feel when you’re performing at your best. What adjectives come to mind? Almost invariably they’re positive ones. You need to develop leadership skills with a focus on a positive attitude.

. Most often, it is detrimental to our motivation.

The more anxious we feel, the less clearly and imaginatively we think, and the more reactive and impulsive we become. That’s not good …

As a boss, your energy has a disproportionate impact on those you lead, by virtue of your authority. Put bluntly, any time your behavior increases someone’s anxiety — or prompts any negative emotions, for that matter — they’re less likely to perform effectively.

Mike Schoultz is a digital marketing and customer service expert. With 48 years of business experience, he consults on and writes about topics to help improve the performance of a small business. Find him on Facebook, Twitter, Digital Spark Marketing, and LinkedIn.

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Mike Schoultz

Mike Schoultz

Mike Schoultz writes about improving the performance of business. Bookmark his blog for stories and articles. www.digitalsparkmarketing.com