Conversation are part of our everyday life. Have you noticed there might be a conversation that you really don’t want to have? In this short video, I share some tips to help you with having that difficult conversation.
What are you avoiding today? How might you confront what needs your attention with grace, focus and intentionality?
Inspiring leadership in others creates leaders and supports a culture of teamwork, productivity and collaboration.
Great Leaders TRANSFORM their days from fighting fires TO...Lighting fires in the minds and hearts of the people they are called to LEAD!
So how well are you leading in the spheres you are called to impact?
Are you choosing to see what is wrong?
Are you choosing to dwell on what is not going well for you?
Are you choosing to tell others what to do without making any changes yourself?
Lead by example!
Managing is doing things right, leadership is doing the right thing.
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If we are committed to creating work and a personal life that is balanced and fulfilling…if we want to fully express our unique gifts and be of service, it is necessary to consciously evaluate and eliminate the tolerations standing in our way.
Here are some ideas on how to do that:
I saw this billboard a couple of months ago and thought to myself how this is NOT necessarily the case for so many today. Feedback shouldn't feel scary. It is an opportunity to reflect AND change how we communicate, relate and lead others.
When was the last time you had a chance to take an inventory of yourself? How would you like to understand how you are showing up AND receive feedback so you can become effective in the contexts you find yourself in? Take the True Tilt Profile and learn more about your patterns and habits that can serve as your strengths and weaknesses that will impact your growth and development over time.
Something that comes up inevitably in my coaching sessions is the lack of confidence someone feels about taking a specific action step. Often, this lack of confidence becomes the limitation for movement, progress, and change.
So, what does it really mean to be confident?
People often want confidence BEFORE they take a step. On the contrary, confidence often comes as a result of taking the step.
People who are confident share these important characteristics.