Five Roles Every Leader Should Practice

Denver Business Journal Leadership Trust


By Nick Stanitz-Harper, CRO & Co-founder at Edison Interactive

Everyone has a different leadership style and different approaches on how to communicate a company vision. However, there is one thing in common: Great leaders must obtain certain skills in order to do their jobs well and, more importantly, to bring out the best in their employees.

Responsibilities as a leader include decision-making, coaching, mentoring and developing your team’s skills. Learning about team leadership skills is an ongoing process that requires practice and put into use. The following five roles have made a positive impact throughout my career as a business owner and leader:

  • The Communicator

  • The Coach

  • The Delegator

  • The Innovator

  • The Influencer

To learn why the five roles are geared toward bringing out the best in your employees, and overall, making you a better leader, please visit the Denver Business Journal to read the full article.

Nick Stanitz-Harper is CRO & Co-founder of Edison Interactive, Nick oversees all revenue operations and strategic partnerships with renowned organizations.