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Level 5 Leadership

Level 5 Leadership

 Achieving "Greatness" as a Leader

What makes
great leaders? Is it their courage? Their business acumen? Their expert
knowledge? Their ability to organize?

 Truly great leaders have a specific blend of
skills. But they also possess something else; certain characteristics which are
harder to define. If you're in a leadership role, then you've likely wondered
how you can move to that "next level," going from good to great
leadership.

 In this article, we'll examine "Level 5
Leadership" – a key idea that explains this. We'll explore what it takes
to achieve greatness as a leader, and we'll discuss strategies that you can use
to move up to this top level of leadership.

 Introducing Level 5 Leadership

 The concept of Level 5 Leadership was created
by business consultant, Jim Collins. He wrote about it in a 2001 Harvard
Business Review article, and published his research in his well-respected book,
"From Good to Great."

 The concept came about during a study that
began in 1996, when Collins began researching what makes a great company. He
started by looking at 1,435 companies, and ended up choosing 11 truly great
ones. These 11 companies were all headed by what Collins called "Level 5
Leaders."

 He found that these leaders have humility, and
they don't seek success for their own glory; rather, success is necessary so
that the team and organization can thrive. They tend to share credit for
success, and they're the first to accept blame for mistakes. Collins also says
that they're often shy, but fearless when it comes to making decisions,
especially ones that most other people consider risky.

Level 5
Leaders also possess qualities found in four other levels of leadership that
Collins identified. Although you don't have to pass sequentially through each
individual level before you become a Level 5 Leader, you must have the skills
and capabilities found in each level of the hierarchy.

 Let's look at each of the five levels in more
detail:

 Level 1: Highly Capable Individual

 At this level, you make high quality
contributions with your work. You possess useful levels of knowledge; and you
have the talent and skills needed to do a good job.

Level 2:
Contributing Team Member

 At Level 2, you use your knowledge and skills
to help your team succeed. You work effectively, productively and successfully
with other people in your group.

Level 3:
Competent Manager

 Here, you're able to organize a group
effectively to achieve specific goals and objectives.

 Level 4: Effective Leader

 Level 4 is the category that most top leaders
fall into. Here, you're able to galvanize a department or organization to meet
performance objectives and achieve a vision.

Level 5:
Great Leader

 At Level 5, you have all of the abilities
needed for the other four levels, plus you have the unique blend of humility
and will that's required for true greatness.

How to
Become a Level 5 Leader

 It takes time and effort to become a Level 5
Leader. But the good news is that it can be done, especially if you have the
passion to try.

Again, it's important
to realize that you don't have to progress through each level in turn in order
to get to Level 5. But you do need the capabilities found in each level in
order to achieve Level 5 status.

Here are
some strategies that will help you grow emotionally and professionally, so that
you can develop the qualities of a Level 5 Leader:

 Develop Humility

 Level 5 Leaders are humble people. So, learn
why humility is important, and make sure that you understand – at a deep,
emotional level – why arrogance is so destructive. Then ensure that you behave
in a humble way – for example, whenever your team has success, make sure that
credit goes to them for their hard work.

Conversely,
as a leader, you're responsible for your team's efforts, even when things go
wrong.

http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/level-5-leadership.htm

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