- Broaching touchy topics
- Making unpopular decisions
- Accepting responsibility
- Charting a clear path in a haze of uncertainty
- Questioning the status quo
These aren’t exactly easy (or glamorous) undertakings — especially if you’re relatively new to leadership and accustomed to letting others take charge. But the good news is you don’t have to dramatically overhaul your behavior to take more initiative. You just need to make a few small, doable tweaks to your regular planning and communication habits.
This guide will help you make changes, whether you are leading collocated teams, remote employees, or a mix of both.