In the last week I have been reminded that nothing is impossible and that with a little bit of leadership magic, seemingly miraculous results can occur. It’s led me to reflect on the lessons we can learn from one arena and take into another, so, like many around me, I’ve been asking, how do miracles happen?!
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Are you in a culture of compliance or is your inner rebel rising?
When you find yourself on a path of de-motivation it is likely that you have scoured your thoughts in an attempt to re-establish the point of you, your purpose. You may have rebelled or just complied.
You have a choice, there is another way.
Attitude has been central on my radar now for some time. Here you can find out more on how to reset your attitude, get the balance between determination and calmness and give it the boost it needs.
Your ability to influence others is a crucial skill, without it your leadership is impotent. So how do you enhance it? What influence impact did you have on others yesterday? What influence impact will you have today and in the weeks and months ahead and how can you increase it?
In leadership and in almost all business communication, the greater your gravitas, the more impact you will have. At some point in the dialogues of almost all of my leadership coaching engagements we (my client and I) explore this important aspect. This Simple Note explores how you can begin to increase your gravitas.
Much is written, discussed and broadcast about the importance of understanding your ‘why’ - that uplifting sense of purpose, that deep-meaning behind everything you do. But has the power of the question why lost it’s way?
The more I explore and work with clients – individually and within whole organisations – the more I notice the narrow range that each of us has from which we source our attitude. This Simple Note steps into the patterns of emotional behaviour that form our attitudes, awakening and enhancing the choices we have.
Change can be hard and sometimes seem difficult to start. When you’re stuck but you recognise positive change is needed – where do you start?