New-era leaders are catalyzed and fueled by several inner-attractors that organize and mobilize the leaders’ priorities and activities — vision, intention, courage and mastery.
Author Archive | Jamie Walters
Whether you view the reclamation of your Authentic Voice as a spiritual practice, or simply one designed to keep you sane or infuse your life with more meaning, there are several things you can do to begin your journey to Authentic Voice.
Most, if not all, of the issues and challenges facing leaders and organizations point to the need for a culture of integrity, leadership, adaptability, creativity, engagement, respect, and camaraderie. Each of these, in turn, relies upon a foundation of skillful communication.
To strive for perfection can have crippling effects, since that hope-for level of perfection rarely, if ever, arrives. The healthier and more productive mindset is that of excellence, meeting the highest standards set and agreed upon for oneself or by the group.
Although chaotic systems appear to be random, they are not. Beneath the random behavior patterns emerge, and suggest or actually reveal an inherent order. Understanding this is the first step toward using chaos to your advantage, or finding the pattern of order that awaits beneath the facade of your apparently chaotic situation.
For questions about how to cultivate the sort of transcendent leadership that our times require — for our homes, our communities, our organizations, nation and world — we must turn to the wisdom that has transcended history through the ages.
The concept of “conscious enterprise” holds within it the intention to work more wisely, with a greater consciousness of the source, the intentions, the ways, and the effects of what we do, why we do it, and how we go about it.
What does your bread-crumb trail look like? Are your lanterns lit? Are you making it easy for your ideal clients to find you? (Do you even know who your “ideal clients” are, or what your “ideal marketing” tactics are?) It’s a great time to find out the answers to these questions, and boost your conscious […]
Over the last decade or so, many management theorists and gurus have said, and the anecdotes have concurred, that the majority of corporate “change management” initiatives have failed to produce the benefits originally articulated.
In this article, we’ll look at one possible answer to this question– is meaningful change possible – as well as review potential discussion-starters for action steps that are within your control regardless of what’s going on around you.