Read more: Can you unlock the hidden key to your leadership confidence?
-Is leadership confidence learned or earned? Confidence is fundamental to your leadership, influencing how you inspire and guide your team. But which kind of confidence is more important, learned or earned? Both are. Let’s look at each, the relationship between the two, and their profound impact on your leadership. Learned Confidence. Learned confidence in leadership…
Read more: When the going gets tough, stick to your values.
A values-driven leader can successfully navigate ethical dilemmas, transform their workplace and inspire others to have the courage to prioritize principles over judgment in the pursuit of meaningful success. This story is a testament to the enduring power of authentic leadership in today’s challenging world.
Read more: Forge ahead to success with an unlikely ally – forgiveness.
-It’s not the most popular strategy, but it works. I had a “disagreement” with a high-profile success coach online when Twitter was called Twitter. I challenged her suggestion that revenge was the best motivator for success and she blew up at me. If revenge motivation works for you, I’m all for it. However, from my experience, it’s…
Read more: To rest or not to rest, that is the question.
-Try not to labor this Labor Day weekend. As the holiday weekend approaches, I hope you take some time to rest and relax. I know it’s tempting to make lots of plans. However, we all need the mental and physical opportunity to rest. Then it’s easier to be our best when needed. It’s interesting to note that Labor…
Read more: People respond better when you redirect not correct mistakes.
-Create more positive feedback outcomes. I use Google Maps on my smartphone when I need to drive somewhere I’ve never been. I never worry if I make a mistake or fail to turn where I should. The audio navigation politely reroutes me to where I need to go without a fuss. Unfortunately, corrections are often experienced…
Read more: Time to be the leader you were born to be!
-Leadership occurs every moment of your life Our world is constantly changing and requires leaders who can adapt and grow. I had the opportunity to train and coach a group of emerging leaders in a leadership development program. On the day of their graduation, I shared some final thoughts that could be helpful to you as you continue…
Read more: Your mistakes have the power to refine, not define you.
-Have confidence, not shame in your blunders Mistakes come in all shapes and sizes. The best errors are the ones we learn from. Keeping quiet and getting passed over for a promotion can teach you to speak up. Speaking up and alienating others can guide you to listen more. Missing your big chance because you…
Read more: Trust is better for your success and well-being.
-When you learn how to trust responsibly. Who hasn’t hesitated to trust others in the workplace or personal life? Unfortunately, we live in a culture of mistrust that strains relationships and hinders our ability to succeed. Our lack of trust is evident everywhere, from politics to institutions to our personal lives. According to Pew Research,…
Read more: Every successful person has a past that didn’t obstruct their future.
-Don’t let your fears, failures or limitations hold you back. There’s a trend in Gen Z (born between 1996-2010) to do “lazy girl jobs”. These are primarily low-stress, remote jobs that offer a life of non-work safety and comfort. One Gen Z notes on social media, “The whole point is for us to go live our…
Read more: Self-Trust is the first secret to success.
Self-Trust is the first secret of success.– According to Ralph Waldo Emerson, American poet and essayist Lori is anxious about her performance as a leader, struggling to get her team to meet her objectives. Randy is worried about meeting his sales quota this quarter. Josh is an entrepreneur in the tech industry concerned his product may…