Essentially, you're the instrument. How you decide to show up from situation to situation will determine how your relationships with other people are formed.
If you're the instrument, you will need to be aware of three things: your actions, behaviors, and conversations. At the end of the day, how you decide to mix and match these three will determine how successful you end up being in your roles as an FTM—or in any future management position for that matter.
In this blog post, you'll explore the first of these three key tools.
What you decide to do—or not to do—defines you in your managerial role.
Leaders who come across as trustworthy and powerful in the best sense of the words are the people whom you know you can trust to act on something when it's brought to their attention. In my view, they are powerful leaders.