Using the intuitive self to strengthen leadership

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Using the Intuitive Self to Strengthen Your Leadership Skills to Serve

Often, we view leadership as a singular action, of dispensing rules and directives from the lips of an authoritative figure. Actually, leadership is fluid and intrinsically married to service. One cannot fully understand leadership without serving, or understand service without leading. This workshop immerses participants in the idea of using the intuitive self to strengthen leadership skills. Viewers are given tools to define and describe their role of leadership; their leadership voice; and their vision necessary to stand tall as a passionate, visionary leader in industry and community.

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Using the intuitive self to strengthen leadership

  1. 1. Using the Intuitive Self to Strengthen Leadership Skills to Serve<br />Diann Cameron Kelly, PhD<br />Coach & Trainer<br />Email: odysseystrategies@gmail.com<br />www.odysseystrategies.com<br />
  2. 2. Quotation Corner<br />When we drop fear, we can draw nearer to people, we can draw nearer to the earth, we can draw nearer to all the heavenly creatures that surround us. - bell hooks<br />
  3. 3. Cast Away Fear of Challenge<br />Mental clutter of painful memories/ experiences<br />Intrusive, injurious thoughts<br />Negative reactionary behaviors<br />These elements cause us a frenzied mind and emotional state. They become our self-contained “baggage.” In fact, they are like a mental or spiritual virus and cause us to live more so in the shadows of our own lives.<br />
  4. 4. “Pan en Vivo”The Components ofThe Intuitive Self<br />To cast way fears, we need to identify and be more self-aware of <br /><ul><li>who we are in our environment,
  5. 5. what we bring to our environment, and
  6. 6. what is our environment. </li></ul>We must understand “person-in-environment” contextual issues to ensure our growth beyond the shadows of our fears. <br />Gears of “Live Bread”<br />
  7. 7. “Pan en Vivo”The Components ofThe Intuitive Self<br />Process self-in-environment<br />Awareness of Self<br />Nuances/Patterns of Environment Known<br />Gears of “Live Bread”<br />
  8. 8. “Pan en Vivo”The Components ofThe Intuitive Self<br />Vision: clear, meaningful and purposeful perspective that captures what to do in the context of one’s environ & addressing the contextual challenges.<br />Insight: having knowledge or contextual view unknown to others and discerning on complex issues.<br />Voice: having mature expression and self-regulation delivered through an empathetic, reflective and reflexive inner voice giving wise choices to what we do, say, think.<br />Outreach: giving of self to self and others and “owning” your contributions and its effects.<br />Gears of “Live Bread”<br />
  9. 9. Traits of Leadership & Service<br />Distinction and Visibility – hallmarks of leadership and service to others<br />Emerges not just from “doing” but also from “being.”<br />Being self-efficacious<br />Being self-regulated<br />Being socially competent<br />Positive, Restorative Leadership is like a “refreshing fountain of cold spring water”<br />
  10. 10. Positive, Restorative Leadership<br />Roles – appointed, assigned, given or taken leadership has boundaries. The role defines what we can do and offers us clarity so we are able to achieve and accomplish our tasks. <br />Voice – inspired directives and actions influenced by mature expression and self-regulation. It is an empathetic, reflective and reflexive inner voice informing wise choices.<br />Vision – have clear, meaningful and purposeful perspective that invigorates and influences others to follow the thoughts, affect and behaviors of the individual in the leadership position. <br />
  11. 11. Toward Positive, Restorative Leadership – Guiding Questions<br />What have you discovered about yourself?<br />What have you experienced that shapes your discovery?<br />Who is around you when you shape your discovery?<br />How did this messenger contribute to or detract from your discovery?<br />Where is your discovery leading you?<br />Are you closer to a more self-aware, emotionally stronger you? How do you know?<br />
  12. 12. Toward Positive, Restorative Leadership – Guided Response<br />Dispense with fear, anxiety, and trembling<br />Listen to the Intuitive Self<br />Be self-aware of person-in-environment<br />Know you can influence change<br />Believe you can overcome challenges through faith, hopeful persistence and concern for others<br />Own your process to becoming a positive, restorative leader who serves.<br />
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