5 elements of leadership development
We typically integrate the following components into our programs:
We help leaders discover their personal purpose to guide their actions and inspire others. Purposeful leaders set strong intentions that help create the desired outcomes.
Personal transformation is often triggered by upsets that always offer an opportunity to learn and grow. We work with personal ‘hot buttons’ that are based on fears to address a leader’s limiting mindset and behavior. By building awareness of these blockages and challenging assumptions leaders gain the possibility to pause and choose a response when triggered, rather than react out of habit. Reframing upsets in this way allows leaders to gain mastery over their lives and be a source of inspiration to those around them.
Trust is indispensible for people to be able to work together. We cultivate the various elements that create trust so that leaders can take practical steps to build it. So that leaders build and use a rich web relationships to support both personal development and the realization of goals
Leaders can improve dialogue and better address difficult conversations, speed up the decision–making process and accelerate learning if they step up and learn to engage themselves and others in the face of risk and uncertainty
We teach leaders how to be resilient and deliver peak performance by integrating the wisdom of the body and energy systems and applying greater awareness to improving their nutrition, sleep, exercise and work habits. This includes meditation – Silence practices, such as mindfulness, dynamic mind practice and visualization, are indispensible for a leader to expand his/her consciousness. Benefits include greater creativity, sharper intuition, more focused attention and a stronger sense of whether we are aligned with our purpose.
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