Definition of Leadership — Jack Welch A good leader or high performance leader is described, by Jack Welch, as someone who. Has Energy , Can articulate a vision and inspire others to perform Energises , Makes the tough decisions Edge , Has the skill to deliver Executes , And, Never fails to deliver the financials. These people have passion. Jack Welch proposed that to create energy you need to get rid of the things that stifle energy including meetings, ill conceived projects, poor performing products and bureaucracy. Jack Welch went on to say leaders with energy assume that the status quo is not good enough, last years performance again this year is not good enough, single digit growth is not good enough and business as usual is not good enough. High energy leaders create an environment where people have a tremendous opportunity to be heard and ultimately for the truth to be heard.
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Leave a comment Anyone can lead. But not everyone is a great leader. And during that time, Jack built one of the most successful Human Resource departments the world has ever seen.
People with positive energy are generally extroverted and optimistic. They make conversation and friends easily. They also love to play and overall just love life. People who energize can inspire their team to take on the impossible—and enjoy doing it. The ability to energize is apparent in someone with an in-depth knowledge of their business, who sets a powerful personal example, and has strong persuasion skills.
Smart people can assess a situation from every angle—but smart people with edge know when to stop assessing and make a tough call, even without all the information. It turns out a person can have positive energy, energize everyone around them, make hard calls, and still not get over the finish line. Being able to execute is a unique and distinct skill. It means the person knows how to put decisions into action and push them forward to completion, through resistance, chaos, or unexpected obstacles.
People who can execute know that winning is about results. They care—really care in their bones—about colleagues, employees, and friends. They love to learn and grow, and they get a huge kick out of people around them doing the same.
The framework can and should also be used by candidates seeking positions within an organization. Understanding the traits hiring managers are looking for will help job seekers rise to the top during the job consideration phase. Sure, any job seeker will also need to possess the specific skills required for the career, but when there are so many skilled candidates in consideration for a position the 4Es, and a P framework is a valuable tool to master to stand apart.
To learn more about how to become a better leader, advance your career and grow a winning team utilizing the 4Es and P framework, click here. Welch, J. United States: HarperCollins Publisher.
Jack Welch and the 4 E’s of Leadership by Jeffrey A. Krames
Krames By Steven Bryce C. The 4 E model is gaining fame in the business press. This book not only gives you a good primer in those characteristics but provides excellent case studies of how this model can be exported to other companies, in other industries. High energy people move at 95 miles-per-hour in a 55 mile-per-hour world. Energizers — know how to spark others to perform. They outline a vision and get people to carry it out.
JACK WELCH AND THE 4E'S OF LEADERSHIP
The Ingredients to Great Leadership: 4Es and a P