Sometimes my coach tells my clients that one of the best performing training is to find and develop their voice leaders. They say, how do they lead their voice, make a lot of difference in how they contribute to the business and how well they feel about themselves.
So what's the "leadership voice" and how can you find it even without the coach's support? 19659002] To me, leadership is self-evident with regard to integrating values, views and purposes. It originated in self-awareness; It develops and deepens when it is combined with meaningful behavior and ends with a permanent contribution and professional satisfaction.
No simple activity can completely let go of your voice;
How to Use These Questions :
These questions are not all distinguished; Therefore, you could have similar answers to different questions; It's nice and probably useful. Approach these questions with curiosity and accomplishment. It may be best to be in a quiet environment different than working when you answer; Also consider using a calendar for your answers. Unlined magazines will encourage you to write or draw or create collages with your answers. Whatever you do, pass on thinking that there is one "right" answer "to any question.
Ten Powerful Questions
1. What gets you up in the morning outside of the alarm, the dog, the kids and the train, and even beyond the bill? What encourages you to take this job at this company during this time? Is it a promotion, developing others, solving problems, building a community, enjoying themselves?
2. What do you represent as a leader? What absolute value does your decisions reduce? If you are unsure, think about time when you were very angry about someone else's decision at the workplace – what value was not honored?
3. What do you think you encourage others to do their best?
4. How do you think change happens – both personal and organizational?
5. What do you want your employees to say about you when you're not around you? What do you want your boss, peers, customers to tell about you?
6. Who are you when you are at your service?
7. What conditions make it easy for you to be your best?
8. What views / views move you forward? What attitude / belief holds you back?
9. How do you define performance at this level in your professional life?
10. What do you care about?
How to use your answers
Search for common words, themes, values; Then find useful and creative ways to accomplish them. For example, write a professional project describing the core of what you discovered – preferably something short enough to remember and send 3 x 5 cards. Or, if you're a visual artist, find or create an image that represents what you found. One customer used wood with a variety of articles to describe her value and vision.
Talk about what you've discovered by a trusted colleague or friend.
See Your Feedback When You Are Having a Business Issue or A Strong Decision
Use a convincing question from the above to create meaningful conversations with your employees – either in one or more development meetings or in group meetings .
Ask yourself if your behavior is in accordance with your values. If not, what should you do to make them uniform?
Advantages of the Breeding of your Summit :
1. Being consistent and clear about using the voice builds confidence and promotes participation as it helps your employees and peers understand what they can count on you. It also works well, which makes you feel good and feel better and better!
2. Have clarity and confidence in your leadership team to help you in organizational changes. You will be your own anchor and you can also be anchor for others who feel blown through stress changes.
3. You move from a victim to victory when you use your voice to influence results that are useful to the organization and meaningful to you.
Investing in these 10 questions is investing in own renewal as a leader. You are creating a viable purpose and passion by connecting who you are clearer with what you do.