Autonomy can be an effective leadership style for high performers, as long as objectives and goals are clear. #coachjoe

⁉️ However, it’s important to note that autonomy alone may not be enough for these individuals.

🫸 Surprisingly, high performers seek accountability and may perceive autonomy as a lack of care or appreciation.

🆑 High performers relish knowing what is expected of them and how success is defined. The idea of being responsible for key initiatives, tasks, and functions—doesn’t scare them—it motivates them! It is the antithesis of being left alone.

💯 As a leader, it’s crucial to strike a balance between autonomy and connection to foster a high-performance culture.

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