You Never Feel Inspired To Go To Work
You did not just become a leader due to your skills, education, and positive demeanor. Only by your unbridled zeal were you able to get there. You have a fire within you that compels you to leave your house early and do your work with passion. Plus, you’d have extra energy left over to spend time with your team, assist other workers, and do other duties. The sales your business produces are over the roof, just like your excitement!
But sooner or later, your fiery, brilliant enthusiasm would start to fade. You’d suddenly show up for work so uninspired. And it doesn’t just happen on “I’m not in the mood” Monday; it lasts all week or for months as you ponder how much you want the hours would pass more quickly so you could go home. Pep-talk and words of wisdom from you are no longer offered. In some situations, you resemble a zombie, a lifeless soul with no sense of direction.
You’re No Longer As Productive As You Once Were
When your career is at its height, you’re always productive and it seems as though you will never run out of original, cutting-edge, and timely concepts. But eventually, time and aging catch up with you and drain every last drop of it. The creation of reports, presentations, and other documents that formerly appeared simple to you now takes a lot of time. And somewhere along the route, you’re going to come up with bad concepts that will result in shoddy results.
You Just Don’t Care Anymore
Typically, workplace issues would require you to exert additional effort. To save the business, you would even nag your teams to perform better or beg clients and superiors for help. However, you’ve reached the point where you are no longer affected by these things. While the majority of the staff may be working themselves to death, you are simply fast asleep in your bed, unconcerned.
Majority Of Your Employees are Leaving
It’s very clear at this point that the employees would quit if there wasn’t an excellent person directing them. They are not to be blamed. What other choice do they have given the large number of issues and internal conflicts that are undoubtedly occurring as a result of the leader’s negligence?
Therefore, if you experience even one or two of these warning symptoms, get someone to step in right away. Find someone who can perform as well as you have or better than you. True, it’s difficult to acknowledge that you are no longer qualified for the post. But wouldn’t it be better to give in for the good of the company than to allow your ego to get in the way? By doing that, the business will always see you as a leader who has done them well rather than as someone who made a terrific first impression but then withered.
Leaders, may you all have successful careers that conclude with this.