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How to Throw the Ultimate Dinner Party | Creating Meaningful Conversation Face-to-Face When Meeting in Person Isn’t Possible
Physical distancing does not demand social distancing! Try hosting the “ultimate virtual dinner party.” Invite several other people to share wine, healthy snacks, and great conversation virtually. Here’s how to make the most of it.
Have you ever felt like “I’m in over my head…and they’re going to find out?” If you suffer from self doubt, you may have Imposter Syndrome.
In this guest blog from Richard Leider, explore the concept of conversational narcissism, then learn how you can unlock the power of Purposeful Leadership to supercharge your own leadership potential. If you have the tendency to make every conversation about you, you might be a “conversational narcissist” and not even know it. Here are 3 signs you are and practices to help address this.
There are no rigid formulas for how to write your purpose statement as a leader, mentor or coach, but there are many helpful techniques to assist you. Here are seven thought-provoking questions to get you started.
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So, how does one go from being a smart leader to becoming a wise leader? Start by seeing the world differently—from the inside out. A wise leader is constantly becoming more self‐aware. Without self‐awareness, it’s very hard to move out of smartness.
“Becoming” a purposeful leader should be the foundation of any leader development process or plan because it is the core for leading in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world. Being able to “hold the center” is an essential life skill for leaders today.
Creating your life the way you want, so that you feel a sense of certainty from it, requires a commitment to yourself to take actions every day. There are no magic buttons or pills that will get you there.
The new work world requires that we “know ourselves,” know our “value proposition,” and become intrapreneurial lifelong learners. Are you and your team prepared for this new normal?
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