Authenticity Is Key
Leaders are not born, they are made. They have to make conscious choices and walk in accordance with their authentic self every day. Leaders are often faced with challenges that require them to make tough decisions. There is a lot of pressure on leaders to be the best they can be and do the right thing to do. This can lead some people to lose sight of who they really are and what they stand for. It is important for leaders to know themselves well enough so that they can stay true to their values, even when it’s hard or inconvenient.
Leaders are not given the title of a leader because of their natural-born qualities. In order to become a great and effective leader, one must understand who they are and make a conscious choice to be genuine. Great leaders are those who can lead themselves first and then others. But this isn’t as easy as it sounds because many leaders have false perceptions of themselves that they need to confront in order to grow into their authentic selves.
This is where my work with you comes into play, as I facilitate, guide, and help leaders of families, teams, organizations, and companies to do their inner work so that they can be in tune with themselves and lead from a place of peace, serenity, determination, and success.
My clients say that I have an inner ability to trigger point just at the right place within minutes of them starting to speak their hearts and that the tools and keys that I provide are life-changing and positively impact themselves and all their surroundings.
A sure way for leaders to be successful is to know themselves and have a clear understanding of what their strengths and weaknesses are. This will help them be more confident and better able to take risks when necessary
Leaders know that their authenticity is what inspires others to be authentic too. They are not faking it or making up for something they don't have. Instead, they focus on building a better version of themselves and displaying the qualities of the type of leaders they truly are.
It is a known fact that people like to imitate others, particularly those in leadership positions. It is called social learning and it is a powerful way for people to learn new skills and behaviors.
Great leaders take advantage of this phenomenon by being authentic themselves, which in turn inspires others to be authentic as well.