1. Make innovation part of your creative habit; put aside some time every day for “what if” thinking.
2. Reward the hard questions. When a reader challenges your thinking, take that as an opportunity to address their questions, make sure they know they’re heard. You get respect when you give it.
3. Work on the quality of your writing constantly. Practice, practice, and then practice some more. It’s also a good idea to read a lot. Read the classics; read good writing.
4. Think design as container of experience. How can you have a visual impact? How can you communicate your value through design?
5. Be transparent and trustworthy. Conduct a personal audit regularly to keep yourself honest.
These points not only make for a great blogger, but also for a great leader.
Check out The Blog Herald to read Valeria's entire post. It's well worth applying to one's leadership style chart.
To lead is to serve,