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If you want to become a conscious leader, here's how you can start.


We need more conscious leaders

From small family-owned businesses to Fortune 50 companies, the problem stays true: We have a lack of conscious leaders who have the courage to recognise potential in people and develop that potential.

To become a conscious leader, it's not about having all the right answers. It's about staying curious and asking the right questions.

If you want to improve your leadership, the question to ask is not, "How can I better wield my power?" 

The question to ask is, "How can I develop the potential of my people?"

The difference lies between coming from a place of power versus coming from a place of influence.

Power is the ability to impose your will on the people you lead to make them do things based on your authority.

Team members may start coming from a place where they feel they’ll get fired if they don’t comply.

They might not agree with what you do, but they still follow you because you’re in charge.

They might do things because they feel they have to, they do it because they feel it’s part of their job.

While some come from a position of power, great leaders come from a position of influence.



Coming from a place of influence

Influence is not about telling team members what to do, but about leading by example.

“Setting an example is not the main means of influencing others, it is the only means.” - Albert Einstein

When we show up with a positive attitude, a strong work ethic, and a commitment to success, our team members are more likely to do their job so much better.

They’ll be part of something bigger than themselves, and see you as someone who can help them achieve their goals.

Team members will be more likely to stay in the long run.

Be willing to work harder, to go the extra mile.

And support us through thick and thin.

Your influence will create a positive work environment that fosters long-term success.

How do we change and start coming from a place of influence? It's by practising conscious leadership.



How to build an inner circle that will support your conscious leadership journey


“You are the sum of the five people you surround yourself with.” - Jim Rohn


Statistically, research states that you are influenced by the people you hang around with. Happier friends make you happier.

You want to remember that to influence others, you first need to have good influences around you.

How?

By building your inner circle. 

It will help you get feedback from trusted people who wholeheartedly support your leadership growth.

Reflect:


  • Who are the main people you’re surrounding yourself with?

  • Are they influencing you to be more? 

  • Do they encourage you to be the best you can be? 

  • Are they supporting you to be a better leader in your life and the lives of others?


Whenever you’re ready, I can help you develop high-performing and supportive teams, find fulfillment in leadership, and create a healthy work-life balance through executive coaching.

To get started, you can book a FREE 30-minute Leadership Success Discovery Session with me.

Every month, I open up my calendar for a handful of leaders to have a 1:1 session with me.

On our call, we dive into actionable strategies to uncover your mindset and leadership gaps and identify your growth opportunities in the next 90 days.

There’s only a limited number of spots, so go check if there are available spaces left 👇

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