Executive Coaching, based on corporate experiences and the knowledge of NeuroScience, made me realize that is crucial for today’s business leaders and executives to have the ability to form new business habits and at the same time break old behavior and decision-making patterns.
Being an effective and successful leader means having the ability to handle the pressure that revolves around consistently giving your best, motivating and inspiring your teams, and producing outstanding results.
It is not surprising that 88% of people in leadership roles report higher stress levels. However, stress leads to reduced clarity, poor decision-making, conflicts, disengagement and ultimately – ineffective leadership.
I work with individuals who are currently in an executive position or are getting ready for leadership roles – by using various frameworks, tools and methods that will help them stay resourceful at all times. It allows them to break old behavior and decision-making patterns, which also brings about the opportunity to create new ones to accelerate growth.
Through this engagement, you can achieve the following:
Build Clarity On Your Vision
Be a leader with a vision. Be that leader that has a clear idea of where he/she wants to go, how to get there and what success looks like; articulating this vision clearly and passionately, ensuring that the team understands how their individual efforts can contribute to achieving higher level goals.
Learn To Lead By Example
As a leader, the best way to build credibility and gain the respect of others is to set the right examples. Demonstrate behavior that you want people to follow.
A leader with integrity draws on their values to guide their decisions, behavior, and interactions with others. Create a beautiful alignment between values, beliefs, emotional states, and thoughts to have clear conviction and integrity in your behavior. Display integrity through your daily actions and it is bound to reward you with loyalty, confidence, and respect from all your employees.
Communication involves more than just listening attentively to others and responding appropriately. It also involves sharing valuable information, asking intelligent questions, soliciting input and new ideas, clarifying misunderstandings and being clear about what is expected.
Motivate and Inspire
The best leaders drive their team forward with passion, enthusiasm, inspiration, and motivation. Invest time in the people you lead to determine their strengths, needs, and priorities. Making them feel valuable will also help you understand the best way to motivate them.