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Our leadership story has been primarily one-sided for too long and it has not served us well as individuals or as a society. The call to wholehearted leadership is an invitation to embrace and embody both the feminine and the masculine within us, without fear or judgment. It’s owning and loving the whole of who we are. Leadership is the path.
How a leader deals with pressure will tell you much about who they are as a person. Pressure tends to reveal our character, priorities, values, and readiness. It tests a leader’s courage to follow through with doing what is right. How leaders deal with pressure is often the difference between catapulting a team towards success or contributing to its ruin. People do what people see, so it becomes particularly important for leaders to be a good example for others to follow.
Belonging starts with BE. Being and accepting of who you are, both your flawsome and your awesome. We experience true belonging when we offer our truth, our authentic selves. The whole of ourselves. Own your story, both in the telling of it and in the authoring of it. Belonging begins within and radiates out.
When living your outer life disconnected from your inner truth, you’re not merely on the wrong path, you’re killing your selfhood with every step you take.
Have you ever noticed your thoughts? We talk to ourselves all the time through that voice in our head, but is that voice our voice, or someone else’s? Have you ever considered that you’re not the voice in your head, but rather the observer of that voice?
Jill Poulton joins John Maxwell and his international team of leadership coaches for a transformational leadership movement in Costa Rica. Over the course of 5 days, they will train 17,000 people who will then spread the transformation to 10% of the population using a 16 week program in values and principles.