It’s a noisy world and there is a blaring cry for effective leadership.
Today’s leaders are faced with big challenges. They’re looking “outside” of themselves for solutions to engage and collaborate with their teams.
A new and better approach is needed, because effective leadership changes everything. The answers are close and tangible and are within you. To borrow from Lao Tzu, the great Chinese sage, “When I let go of who I am, I become what I might be.”
The goal is self-awareness — being vulnerable, introspective and accepting constructive feedback. Our actions and words may lead us astray, taking us farther from the results we want. We can choose to stay blind, go in circles or we can discover new ways to be more effective leaders.
The best leaders are the ones who try new things, new approaches. They innovate and make “simple shifts” recognizing how small changes lead to big results. The best leaders are the brave ones who have gained clarity and confidence through self-awareness.