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Enlightened Leadership - 2
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Enlightened Leadership - 2
Enlightened Leadership - 2
Enlightened Leadership - 2
Enlightened Leadership - 2
Enlightened Leadership - 2
Enlightened Leadership - 2
Enlightened Leadership - 2
Enlightened Leadership - 2
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Enlightened Leadership - 2

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How to develop a successfull leadership style that can help lead the change and achieve results in our challenging era

How to develop a successfull leadership style that can help lead the change and achieve results in our challenging era

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  1. How to Develop Enlightened Leadershipbuilding successfull leadership for the new millennium by Flaminia Fazi , CEO of U2COACH - from PWA Rome September Conference 2010
  2. 75% of careers are derailed for reasonsrelated to emotional competencies,including:- inability to handle interpersonalproblems- unsatisfactory team leadership duringtimes of difficulty or conflict- inability to adapt to change or elicittrust.  The Center for Creative Leadership, 1994
  3. Goleman’s five core competencies of Emotional Intelligence• Self-Awareness : the ability to recognize and understand your moods, emotions, and drives• Self-Regulation: the ability to control or redirect disruptive impulses and moods; the propensity to suspend judgment - to think before acting• Motivation: a passion to work for reasons that go beyond money or status• Empathy: the ability to understand the emotional makeup of other people• Social Skill: proficiency in managing relationships and building networks: an ability to find common ground and build rapport
  4. THE QUESTION is:HOW do we develop WHAT is relevant?
  5. 4 Secrets on How toDevelop Leadership from Jesuits r shi p e ade e y o ic L o w n He r is L f rom y C h r b
  6. Understand own and other’sstrenghts, weaknesses, values and worldview
  7. Confidently innovate and adapt to embrace a changing world
  8. Engage others with a positive, loving attitude
  9. Energize oneself and others through heroic ambitions
  10. 6 personal strenghts thateach Jesuit demonstrates1. the ability to reflect systematically on personal weaknesses, expecially those manifested as habitual tendencies2. an integrated worldview, a vision, and a value system3. profound respect for other people and for all creation4. appreciation of oneself as loved and important5. the ability to tune out everyday distractions in order to reflect, and the habit of doing so daily6. a method for considering choices and making decisions
  11. “We’re all snowflakes, and I can’tfind another snowflake that perfectly matches me.So if I spend too much time copying another snowflake, then I’m not being all I can be.” Carol Bartz, 1992 when Chairman, CEO and President of Autodesk Inc. now Director, President and CEO of Yahoo Inc.
  12. Empty yourself of everythingLet the mind rest at peaceThe ten thousand things rise and fallWhile the self watches their returnKnowing constancy the mind is openWith an open mind, you will be open-heartedBeing openhearted, you will act royally from Tao te Ching Give yourself The Opportunity and Get a COACH! Flaminia Fazi @ flafazi@u2coach.it

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