Today’s content is drawn from my Heart-Leadership book.
Heart-Leadership is an alternative to people, change and performance management.
I sense a movement gathering momentum fast. Not a movement that is focused on single issues like climate change, police brutality or political corruption, rather one movement that focuses on being better humans and that encompasses all the issues where we are failing one another and the environments in which we live.
I sense an international movement for our challenges are global. For sure there are local and national solutions. It’s just that we are one human race, each of us different for certain, yet not divided as many in power would have us believe.
There are several World Leaders and Business Leaders who appear to have lost their minds. A new kind of leadership is needed. This kind of leadership is noticeable and inspiring through its coherence.
Heads of State like New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern are showing the way. She is leading with and from her heart. She is demonstrating in a powerful and non-violent way that we can be human and be a politician!
2020 marked 30 years of deep engagement for me in leadership development through being a mentor for leaders as well as giving presentations, conducting workshops and master-classes, and engaging in numerous conversations.
I’ve been honoured to work with more than 1000 leaders, women and men, in over 40 countries.
In the past eight years I’ve focused on my own style of presentation/conversations with primarily small groups of people both in person and online.
I’ve been able to observe and interact with leaders up close and personal and from a myriad of industries.
I’ve been involved in organisations of all shapes and sizes, small, medium and large, family and privately owned, purpose-driven corporations, professional service firms and professional service providers.
I’ve also been privileged to work with many leaders over several years.
One thing stands out in all of my work, the very best leaders lead with and from their hearts.
Do Your Work.