“ Mastering others is strength; mastering oneself is true power” – Lao Tsu.
Personal Development includes Self leadership which is the ability to lead oneself to their highest potential and highest performance. Without a strong sense of self-leadership, people can feel much less productive, unsuccessful, dissatisfied and feel less joy. The top three areas in personal development to address on your way to reaching your highest potential are
- CLARITY OF SELF – Explore your uniqueness. Who are you? Not who you think you should be, have to be or who others are telling you you should be, but who you truly are.
- CLARITY OF YOUR PURPOSE Purpose is at the base of your personal foundation and defines your reason for living. Without a well-defined purpose, you are at the mercy of others who will try to define your purpose for you. No one can define success for you. You must gain a keen awareness of self and define it for yourself.
- DISCOVER YOUR NATURAL TALENT — AND USE THEM. We all have innate talents and skills so natural to us that we don’t recognize them as talents. Understanding your talents, learning how to talk about them, and aligning yourself to use them as you follow your purpose puts you on a path to your highest potential.
Explore Your Uniqueness: Discover your unique energetic footprint, what makes you who you really are, discover your true life purpose and the natural talents you have to fulfill it. Learn your archetype and how to put yourself out in the world.
A 3 session program. Register here: https://bit.ly/EmbraceUniqueness
The 7 Pillars of Great Leadership is based on our C.A.R.E.S.™ Model.
The C.A.R.E.S.™ Model of Leadership Development ties success to employee satisfaction, productivity, building trust and collaboration to achieve results rather than just completing tasks and assignments. This can go a long way toward reducing fear and bias by improving transparency, communication, acceptance, and appreciation. C.A.R.E.S.™ stands for Coach, Align, Appreciate, Relationship, Relationship Bias, Expectations & Supportive Leadership.
People want to be understood, have a deeper level of connection. People are starved for human connection, respect, caring, appreciation and being listened to and heard. It is simply human nature. Most employees want to do a good job. Organizations need to level up their leaders so they are supporting the talent they want to attract and keep. Become a leader that C.A.R.E.S.™
According to MIT, 50% of the difference between low performing teams and high performing teams is the quality of their communication. In our one day, virtual team building session, we help teams embrace their differences, by discovering what each of the 7 advantages adds to the teams overall value. We can quickly begin t see what key advantages may be missing from the team and what impact that will have on projects and the team’s ability to be successful. Differences create diversity and diversity strengthens teams. When team members gain this awareness and begin to leverage team diversity as a strength it creates a high functioning team with improved communication and high performance.