Today’s leaders juggle a plethora of activities, personalities, and demands every day, all day. A leader, plugged in to her constituents, can manage these various needs with aplomb. She carefully developed relationships through observation, engaged listening, compassion, and shared values.
She has a devoted set of constituents that didn’t just appear; rather, she strategically casted them over a period of time. It is through cultivating trust, building alliances, and enabling others to be an integral part of the process that makes a person a leader.
It is coaching staff members to discover the treasure within them that releases self-limiting behaviors, behaviors that invite the Saboteur back into their lives.
©2012 Penny M. Stein
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