Inspire total trust by celebrating shared goals and individual gifts
We tend to think of great leaders as the great exceptions.
People with a unique brand of divine charisma and amazing magnetism that mere mortals could never match. Humans that seem superhuman. Something to be celebrated, idolized, immortalized even, but never actually understood.
And it’s a tempting way to think. Who doesn’t want to live in a world with people like that? But more importantly, it means we’re off the hook. We could never do what they do. We’re nothing like that. So, there’s no point trying.
The truth is more mundane and to some of us, infinitely more exciting. Leadership can be taught. It’s not innate or in the blood. All it takes is an open mind, imagination, dedication and time.
Eight weeks to be precise.
Inspiring Leadership is an eight-week program that transcends the traditional leadership principles replicated across company handbooks, corporate textbooks and career blogs.
We get it. The promise of a brave new dawn in business is often every bit as clichéd as the status quo it’s looking to replace. A global investment bank thought the same. But then came the benefits. Our elite business team bought into the rich picture of the future. They were happier. They worked harder. We all made more money. A lot more money. Suddenly, the snake oil wasn’t snake oil anymore.
It was actually what it had always been. An eclectic blend of mindfulness, passion, meditation and compassion. – underpinned by explorations into psychology and neurology – and refined over twenty years of remarkable financial, professional, and spiritual success.
Before long, we were inspiring teams of hundreds to:
- Develop the presence that draws and holds a room of peers and superiors
- Unlock the power of introverted leadership by building meaningful connections and creating space for reflection
- Channel intuition and energy to anticipate your team’s needs and compliment their career goals
Create a culture that generates total trust, less stress and infinite success
We’ve taught too many leaders to believe they’re the great exceptions. They’re just ordinary people interested in doing extraordinary things.
People like us. And you.