The drive home can be a good time to reflect on yourself as a leader. Think of the interaction with your followers and colleague interactions during the day. What did you look and sound like during your more challenging times of the day? How would others have seen you? How might you have not fully communicated your intent to them?
Time to reflect and adjust is very valuable. The drive home gives you that opportunity to consider the Other Person’s Point of View (OPPOV) and see if you have a learning opportunity for tomorrow.
Executive Presence Tip – Carol Keers.