What is it and how does it work? I was listening to an interview, and the term relationship capital came up. It was explained as the opportunities that present themselves in the relationship without ulterior motives attached to the relationship, and,
You’ve probably seen something like this floating around the internet. I really like this visual because it is a reminder that our brain really is like a computer. We program and control it by what we put into our head (thoughts, feelings, emotions, and beliefs).
Did you ever say to yourself that you’re not good enough, that you don’t belong, that you don’t deserve the job, the promotion, the book deal, the seat at the table, etc.? If you have, you are in good company.
What is it about self-confidence that is so appealing? We are drawn to people who believe in themselves. Confident people are simply happy with where they are in life and believe they are capable of reaching their goals. Confident people seem to know what they want, and are not afraid to ask for it,Continue reading “The Self-Confident Leader”
Good leaders have a problem solving mindset which makes them so effective, have better control of their lives, and have more success. Successful problem solving happens when you are clear about what your problem is. Correctly identifying a problem is critical to solving it.
Leaders command a presence Leaders command a presence when they walk into a room. Is it the title they hold? Maybe? There are some people who command a room and don’t have a title. Leaders hold themselves differently, they speak differently, and they act differently. What makes someone sound like a leader?
Friendliness and likeability are more than basic communication skills – they are today’s soft skills of leadership. They are everyday niceties and good manners of civilized living.
93% of what you communicate is nonverbal. Only 7% of our communication is through words we speak. It can take as little as 1/10th of a second to make a first impression and can be difficult to change that impression. Align your verbal and nonverbal language to improve your leadership results. Make it a pleasure to meet you.