The Journey to Great Leadership Starts With You


Leadership is changing. Employees are no longer satisfied with the traditional, “Do as I say, or else” method of managing. According to a recent Gallup study, 50 percent of adults reported leaving a job to get away from their direct supervisor. They left in search of true relational leadership, in which their supervisors communicate appreciation frequently and value them as people. The Center’s Growth Facilitator, Charlie Westra, offers insight on how to become a relational leader.