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Leaders all have a certain level of energy, inspiration, motivation, and presence they exhibit. The best leaders lead by creating, having a vision, looking for opportunity and caring about others.
Every leader has the potential to be come better, to utilize the gifts, talents, experience and training of those around them. Leaders lead by developing the potential in others and by encouraging and motivating people to be their best.
Some leaders though find themselves blaming others, making excuses, and looking only to win and doing what it takes to win. Some leaders have the "I win you lose" mindset.
Where do you fall? At what level are you as a leader?
Find out how to increase your potential, your results and your leadership value. Become a better leader today.
Point of view, winning and losing are illusions. Unconditional love. Leaders exhibit some amount of this state of being.
Point of view, everyone always wins. Live is experience and seeking truth. The leader recognizes and values the potential of everyone.
Point of view,we both win. Life is an opportunity. Leaders develop greatness in others.
Point of view, you win. Service to others, developing a better world, caring about and for others.
Point of view, I win. Willing to forgive. Life is what you make it.
Point of view, I win, you lose. Judgmental, life is hard, I must be in control, I'll forgive you if you earn it.
Point of view, I lose. Life has no meaning. I hate myself. I am powerless. There is no hope.
How do you inspire commitment in others? What makes you stand out from other leaders?
How do you get your results?
How do others know you expect of them?
Getting results in a faced paced world where the expectations are only increasing requires the use of language that inspires commitment from others.
Too often the language that is used in making a request is ambiguous, uncertain or just plain confusing. To get better results use better language and get real commitments from others. Commitments lead to results. Agreements lead to conversations.
Achieve more with less effort and less stress.
Are your communications clear and demand a response?
What words get a committed response from others?
If someone makes a request to you, how can you respond?
When people know what is expected of them, what agreements they have made results will be produced.
Listening is important. Today, distractions are plentiful. There is too much to do and no time to do it. Taking time to listen is hard. It is so much easier to speak and move on to the next issue.
When people are heard they are much more willing to serve, engage and produce results. When people are ignored they only commit to doing the minimal amount of work possible.
Find out how to increase your listening skills and abilities. Learn how that can inspire, motivate and engage the full potential of others.
Be an inspiring leader by listening deeply and actively.
Talking nice, saying what others want to hear.
Debate, talking from your point of view. Confronting others.
Inquiry, real dialog. Listening with the intention of learning. Reflective listening.
Creative listening. Non-judgmental creative conversation that flows authentically. The heart is open, future possibility, and a point where transformation is available.
Leading projects today requires agility of mind and body. We live in a world that is volatile, uncertain, confusing and ambiguous. Change is happening at a faster and faster rate and the methods of the past no longer serve the needs of a furious paced world.
What new behaviors are needed when the speed of change is blistering? What new skills are needed to be able to flex with abundant uncertainty.
What does it take to engage others who may resist or prefer not to change?
Agile coaching helps organizations succeed with new project management methods. Methods that are designed to cope with massive change and uncertainty.
The tools emerge from the world of software design and work anytime there are projects that aren't clearly defined. When work has to get done today the better way may be the agile way.
Provide clear role definitions and then create agreements around new behaviors.
Focus on getting results. Meetings that are fast, highly engaged and short.
What will you do?
What got done?
What is in the way?
Work is done in intervals. Get useful work done and ready for use.
Change is certain. No one knows fully what they want until they have a chance to see it and use it. The customer needs to be involved.