All leaders stumble. The best leaders exude resilience by bouncing back from mistakes and setbacks quickly. In this week’s Coffee Break you will find inspiration and tips on how to recover from a setback.
There is no better way for you to extend and expand your brand and impact than using your words as a force for good. By boldly affirming the greatness of those in your circle, you will inspire them to action.
Reading a room is the first step to executive presence and creating influence. Three quick keys: 1) pay attention to non-verbal cues 2) being fully present and undistracted and 3) practice global listening.
We all have unique talents and gifts. I choose to call them your super powers because when you apply your strengths in the right context you will have a super impact. No, this does not make you a super hero.
Personal brand matters for organizational leaders just as much, if not more than for businesses and media stars. Your brand is like having an army of spokespersons whispering positive things about you when you are not around. More important, as a decision make and change agent, knowing your brand well helps you to really good decisions
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For many of the women that I support, they often start off feeling very disconnected and not able to easily let their guards down. This is an unfortunate by product of modern organization life and to go-go nature of our lives. In addition to feeling isolated, there is often a quiet unrest that they don’t feel comfortable sharing. I know that this uneasy feeling is a natural and a positive sign of the need for a shift in an area in their lives.
I recommend to my clients who are knee-deep in the stress and guilt cycle to change their scorecards. It really is quite simple and powerful….
As leaders who have to balance busy home and work lives, finding calm is a great way to distinguish yourself from your peers. In this calm you are the best position to demonstrate executive presence, superior decision making and levelheadedness.