A star leader is the individual(s) on your team that is exceptionally clear in what they need to do, why is matters, and then executes their tasks consistently. These people are typically your highest producers, but not always the best mentors. They're ready to run out in front of the pack, to be the trailblazer and the pace setter, but are not always great at showing other people the ideal path.
Star leaders are an ideal combination of consistency and clarity. Pair that with high performance and high potential, you have an absolute all star on your hands.
But what about when consistency and clarity are lacking? Who's job is it to fix the problem? Who implements the plan? How to we avoid global risks?]
In this episode of the PAWCast, we explore the details of the consistency/clarity grid and what it means to be a star leader, as well as how to setup a veterinary clinic to use this information to collaborate, problem solve and implement solutions.
This is the second of a three part series on the star chart, so like and subscribe for the next episode on star leaders.
Do you have a story about being promoted into a role you couldn't succeed in, even though you were great at the job you had?
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