Unlock your resilient leader
Imagine if you were able to bring yourself, your team, and your organization through difficult times and continue to thrive while doing so.
I define a resilient leader as having a purposeful practice of competencies that bring themselves, their teams, and their organization through difficult times and continue to thrive while doing so. That doesn’t mean that difficult times become easy, but it does mean that they become meaningful, productive, high-growth experiences.
This global economy requires our leaders to develop every ounce of resilience they can. Every leader can develop their resilience further. Building resilience requires practice. How to cultivate this resilience and bring it into your leadership style is the question of the hour.
I’ve done extensive research on resilience at every level. Of all the individuals I interviewed, only 10% showed high levels of resilience. Of those 10%, they were recognized leaders in their fields, clear innovators, others looked to them for guidance, and they found fulfillment and meaning in their careers. As I analyzed the findings, three characteristics leapt out: they understood their purpose, had deep knowledge, and were insatiably curious – a powerful combination.
Those characteristics can be developed by anyone.
When I developed them for myself, I grew my business, I developed capabilities that had been lying dormant in my life, and opened whole new business opportunities for my company. I had to share this with others, and Resilient Leadership was born.
The purpose of my work is to help you facilitate your development as a resilient leader. Watch here what one person said of the first of the techniques for developing your resilient leader.
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