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How to Leverage Your Leadership Style for Business Success

When we hear that leaders should operate within their zone(s) of genius, it’s easy to think that this only applies to tasks that they excel at. Whilst this is true, the piece of the puzzle that is often overlooked is the positive correlation between a leader’s zone of genius and their leadership style.This is important because not knowing your leadership style can lead to frustration, friction and, ultimately, failure to meet KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) as you try to grow and scale your business. Want to know how you can avoid these pitfalls? Keep reading to discover where you fall within the following 3 common leadership styles:This type of leader wants to create value for their consumers and teammates.

The core concerns for this type of leader are: Is my product selling? Are people engaging with my brand after signing up? Are they telling others about it? These are important things that a value creator wants to measure and improve. This type of leadership style is often found in marketing executives or salespeople, because they have a clear understanding of the business and its product’s value proposition. These are the people who go out into the world to communicate why people should buy into their product.

Well-known value creators Steve Jobs. Elon Musk and Gary Vee.  Value creator strengthsValue creator weaknesses“We do not need magic to change the world, we carry all the power we need inside ourselves already: we have the power to imagine better.” – J.K.

RowlingAre you a value creator? If not, you might just be a business operator. A business operator is concerned about the systems and technology that keep the business running.

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