Habits of High-Visibility Leaders
How can leaders increase their presence, visibility, and interaction?
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Inspiring leaders share certain habits; they walk the corridors, are seen at the lunchrooms and participate in the after-work drink rituals. But more often than not, our top-level leaders live in another world; they work at the same company with the same goals, vision and share the same elevators, but are invisible to the community working around them. How can leaders increase their presence, visibility, and interaction with the people making the company run, and still meet the needs of other stakeholders, clients, partners and board members?
We humans believe in things we see. Our concept of reality is built largely through our senses, and feeling the presence of leadership in our daily working lives communicates culture and purpose more powerfully than words. When our leaders are with us, working alongside us, ready to listen, this builds trust, inspires and empowers.
Five habits of high-visibility leaders
Walk the halls, sit in the lunchroom
Comment, like, post, share
Delegate the high-profile tasks
Regular drop-in open Q&A
Publish thought leadership
Speaker, author, trainer and coach, Fiona is a specialist of the Human at Work, leadership and the integration of AI into our working lives. She focuses on positive culture and engagement for large multinationals.
Fiona is the author of the Comic Books for Executive Series and produces a regular podcast and video series called “Working Humans”. Her latest book, “The Handbook for Post-Covid Engagement” won at the UK Business Book Awards and received a Goody Award for thought leadership. Her new book is entitled “AI Powered”, due for release this year.
Fiona spent many years in the corporate space in HR, in the area of internal communications and employee engagement. She has been Creative Lead, Senior Visual Communicator, Innovation Advisor, Explainer and Storyteller for some of the largest multinationals in Europe, in Vienna, London, Budapest, Brussels and Amsterdam. In 2020 she achieved a master’s in business management and AI concentration.
Today, Fiona is a highly effective visual storytelling and stand-up comedian in training. She weaves solid, serious, research-driven advice with laughter and fun, guides for improving our working lives at any organization.
Speaker, author, podcaster, thought leader. Expert on the Human-AI connection: engagement, communication, culture and AI integration.