Know yourself: Identify your strengths and where you can add the greatest value in your organization. Find opportunities to leverage those strengths. Become aware of areas of weakness.
Model leadership behavior: See how your colleagues perceive your leadership style. Assess your approach against effective leadership behaviors.
Be a learner: Let go of old work practices by actively seeking new ways to do your job. Gain new insights into yourself.
Solicit feedback: Recognize that others perceive you differently and learn to ask for different points of view. Understand how to align your real intentions with the perceptions others have of you.