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What is the one thing that most leaders miss? In my mind, great leadership incorporate a spiritual dimension. It is amazing that you can boost your leadership skills by simply understanding this.
What is spiritual dimension of leadership?
This spiritual dimension has been a part of leadership since time immemorial; but in today’s global economy, it is undergoing a historic, universal transformation. It is a transformation that speaks directly to your individual leadership and career challenges.
However, when we talk about the spiritual in leadership, we must, first and foremost, talk about results — the results leaders achieve; concrete results; and hard, measured results. Furthermore, we must talk about getting more of them, getting them faster and faster continually. Otherwise, there is no sense in delving into the spiritual aspect of leadership.
Do you notice this? Many folks who want to lose weight would likely search for a magic program that will let them lose weight without changing how they eat or whether they exercise. If they want to be financially capable, they would look for infomercials tout systems that allow them to become millionaires overnight without changing how they manage their financial affairs and patterns. Isn’t it true that human beings by nature tend to crave magical solutions that are quick and easy and produce big results.
The reality is that I haven’t found any magic diet programs, and I never saw a get-rich-quick program that really worked. Having said that, if you are some form of leaders in your family or your organisation, I can assure you that there is one “magic” thing you can do to improve your results immediately. The good news is that it doesn’t require any special equipment. You don’t have to take an expensive seminar to learn that. It won’t even take you a long time to learn. So, repeat after me “So, Jack what is it?”
Thank you for the question. The answer is ….. (drumroll please) ……
How many of you noticed that great public speakers use a lot of hand gestures? How many of you want to learn to use some of these hand gestures?
I come across with the following video on this subject matter and thought it would be great to share with you:
It is my belief that public speaking is a learnable skill and everyone can choose to be a better public speaker. A good way to start is to understand ourselves better and our type personality. Would you be interested in understanding your type personality based on the popular Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)® Assessment tool? Check out my website for the various programmes and offers I have for you and find out what my clients said about how they benefit from my programmes.
If you like what I said or have any comments, I would love to hear from you too.
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We are not Rambo, aren’t we? We cannot live this world alone anymore (perhaps it was possible in the past but I am not qualified to make any further comments).
In all corporate organisations, employees are often formed teams to carry out particular tasks, projects, or assignments. Unfortunately, there is one thing that must happen – and like one of my ex-bosses said, “People Come, People Go because no one is indispensable!” You may say that my ex-boss was cruel and mean. I leave it to you to decide. That said, the HR department is always curious as to why employees decide to leave the organisation.
Research shows that one reason why an employee leaves his work even if he is a high-pay employee is the “attitude of supervisors or managers“.
Instead of motivating and leading the teams to accomplish the team’s goals, supervisors and managers might be too busy enforcing their power over their followers. Instead of helping their teammates to grow and achieve the objectives, they are only bossing their subordinates around and are unwilling to share and pass their knowledge and skills to others. How many of you know what I am talking about? Thank you. If you have supervisors and managers like this in your company or group, you will notice a high turnover of employees. If not, those employees must have very high tolerance level, true or true?
Kings, princes and even sultans can be born rulers. However, great leaders are developed and made. Nobody has a birthright to become a good leader. You have to understand that rulers aren’t necessarily great leaders. In order to become a great leader, you need to be a follower first.
Here are my three reasons why a leader should be a follower first:
How many of you are in sales right now? And how many of you want to be in sales? How many of you want to sell efficiently and effectively so that you are able to satisfy your customers for recurring sales and referrals?
You have come to the right place. Even though you are not in sales right now, please allow me to share with you that you have been in sales since your birthday. You are just not aware of it. I will devote another article to deal with this issue. Meanwhile, let’s come back to this topic!
Do you agree that selling a product is all about being in control of the selling process from the beginning? Recall the last time you bought an expensive product from a vendor. Why did you buy the product notwithstanding that it was expensive? This is because from the moment you first interacted with the vendor, he was in total control.
Did you recall last time when you made a business decision, how did you feel? Did you allow any emotion to get in the way of your sound business decisions?
I know some people, whether men or women, simply let their emotions get in the way of sound business judgment. Isn’t it true that in business, it is absolutely necessary to be analytical and logical? Isn’t it true that each decision should boil down to one question:
“Will this be good or bad for my business?”
As a trainer, one of my key performance indicators (“KPI“) is to receive good rating from my participants after each training session. This will allow me to be in a better position to enrol them for further education if this is my own training. If I am running a training session on behalf of a particular organisation, this will ensure that the organisation will come back to me for more training assignments.
Many aspiring trainers tend to ask this question – when they see experienced trainers, sometimes it seems they could easily cast a spell on their participants. If you have attended some training sessions conducted by great trainers, including one of my mentors, Alex Mandossian, you should know what that spell feels like.
One of the first evidences that such trainers were going to keep their participants in the palm of their hands is that you almost instinctively liked them. And this interesting thing about that “spell” is that once you genuinely like a particular trainer, you naturally are open to his presentation, you listen more attentively and you are more open to suggestion if he is driving to a point. How many of you know what I am talking about? How do they cast the spell?