What is a great leader to you? How does it feel to be with a great leader? Do you inspire such feelings in others? If not, why not? If so, what can be emphasized and leveraged to improve? These and other questions and answers shed light on your working definition of leadership, and how you're either growing, stagnating, and distancing yourself from that definition.
Our approach focuses on working from the inside out: how well you understand yourself cognitively, emotionally, spiritually, and physically. Only after developing awareness, empathy, and appreciation for oneself do we assess our environment or our relationships to it. Our environment includes the people being led as well as the processes, technologies, and other factors influencing everyone, yourself included. In the end, we strive to nurture a kind, curious, creative, courageous approach that empowers. It's the opposite of telling leadership -- telling others what to do. It's rather rooted in the idea that a leader is a facilitator of others' development, creativity, and contribution. It's rooted in leading practice as well as in both long-standing and new research in neuroscience, behavioral economics, and positive psychology.
To learn more about our virtual and in-person coaching and workshops, please contact us. We're here to help. To makin' great things happen!