Changing behavior as a leader requires targeted effort. The important leadership behaviors need to be habits, so change is creating new habits. The first step is to observe how the leadership behaviors of inclusion, respecting, rewarding, improvement, and modeling are used at the start of the change process. The second step is to create goals to achieve change. Only after creating realistic goals should actions be taken to change behavior into new habits because only then will leaders know if they have actually changed those behaviors.
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