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Here’s a story about leadership in action
I met a stranger at the gym which is unusual because when I enter the gym it’s headset on, minimal eye contact, I’m here to train!
This stranger managed to have a big impact on my training and mindset with just a few short interactions. I reflected on that and realised he demonstrated a powerful process that can be adopted by anyone who wants to get the best out of people around them, be it their team, peers or friends.
Leaders are everywhere, not just in the office. Sometimes they pop up when you least expect it.
How to give feedback to unsuccessful candidates and enhance your organisations reputation.
Candidates applying to work for your organisation and with your team are often your biggest supporters. They’ve watched your organisation from afar and want to be involved. Whether you hire them or not. If you manage this well, they will continue to support you. If you fail to communicate effectively (or at all in many cases) what message do you think they will share with the world?
Crossing over the line and investing in yourself is not as easy as it seems on the surface. There’s a lot of psychology involved when it comes to investing in yourself; whether that be time, energy, money …
Lots of people have subconscious blocks around being worthy, deserving of investment or creating a life they love. I have clients who have harboured dreams for years but haven’t been able to move into action. They arrive at my door when they’re ready to stop circling the idea and start creating the life they truly desire.
“The benefits of coaching are many; 80% of people who receive coaching report increased self-confidence, and over 70% benefit from improved work performance, relationships, and more effective communication skills. 86% of companies report that they recouped their investment on coaching and more” (International Coach Federation)
I had an interesting conversation with a friend about the value of coaching this weekend, here are the highlights…
I launched Aumida in July 2018 and it's now July 2019.
Despite this having been a positive year in terms of ‘achievement’ it’s been a very challenging year for me personally.
I’ve realised it’s possible to be excited, driven and achieve success whilst simultaneously feeling fearful, not enough and to keep tumbling back into a scarcity mindset.
It felt like a year long egg and spoon race.