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The 3 Lenses of Visionary Leaders

The 3 Lenses of Visionary Leaders | confidence | Scoop.it

As Jack Welch once noted, good leaders are all about vision. In this guest post, Tor Constantino discusses three lenses through which leaders can look to gain greater clarity.

 

If you want coaching in England to find your vision,creativity and confidence then email me confidence@makemeconfident.co.uk


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Developing Leaders? – Burn the classroom!! Get Confidence

Developing Leaders? – Burn the classroom!! Get Confidence | confidence | Scoop.it
You can’t learn swimming in a classroom. A powerpoint presentation won’t teach you how to ride a bicycle. Getting “coached” on how to bake an apple pie won’t complete ... (RT @JoyAndLife: Are you in the business of Developing Leaders?

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A lesson on Performance Management from the Paralympics - Corporate Instinct

A lesson on Performance Management from the Paralympics - Corporate Instinct | confidence | Scoop.it

How about moving away from defecit thinking in performance management?

 

Our Paralympians have shown that a "can do" attitude is the starting point for amazing success!


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Corporations Recruiting Talented Students with Dyslexia and other LD

Corporations Recruiting Talented Students with Dyslexia and other LD | confidence | Scoop.it

Cool program for brights students with dyslexia, ADD, and other LDs and corporations like Google, Merrill Lynch, Barclays...

 

"When these companies get exposed to our exceptionally talented men and women who have already climbed a mountain and overcome something in their short lives to be successful, they want them on their team,"

 

 

"When a disability is invisible, the fear of disclosure can be great and these students are too intimated to go through the regular corporate recruitment process. "Only about 30 percent actually go through the event, and the remaining 70 percent are underemployed, go home to the family business or stay in academia because they are perceived as safe places," says Lang. What's more, many of these students have historically shied away from other disability organizations.

 

Dyslexic and other learning disorders can be an avenue to creativity. People lose confidence at school due to the label and stigam attached. Once people see that this world is not a one size fits all model; todays problems require multiple prisms to create hyrbrids that make value change. The school model works for majority not the minority yet its this small group that poetential change sits. Creativity itself is not given the respect is deserves at schools fostering a lack of confidence in peoples creativity. The parodox is we need confident creative people.

 

If you lack confidence or creativity or wish for your team to be more inspiring with its ideas then get in touch www.makemeconfident.co.uk

 


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The 3 Lenses of Visionary Leaders

The 3 Lenses of Visionary Leaders | confidence | Scoop.it

As Jack Welch once noted, good leaders are all about vision. In this guest post, Tor Constantino discusses three lenses through which leaders can look to gain greater clarity.

 

If you want coaching in England to find your vision,creativity and confidence then email me confidence@makemeconfident.co.uk


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You’ll Never Get There Without Questions

You’ll Never Get There Without Questions | confidence | Scoop.it
The day you realize leadership is about them not you is the day you begin leading. If you can’t develop people, you can’t lead beyond your current potential. Furthermore, if you don’t develop people, they’ll leave.

Get confidence in yourself and others. If you find yourself rehashing old ideas and old sayings from managment text books then its time to find your confidence in creativity. Creativity produces fresh thinking as well as producing confidence in you and your team. Find new ways of thinking and doing by unleashing your creative side. 

Mark Maitland

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Employee Engagement: The difference between ordinary and extraordinary | Staff Motivation Matters

Employee Engagement: The difference between ordinary and extraordinary | Staff Motivation Matters | confidence | Scoop.it

The ability of the business to add value rests on its front-line employees. Organisations that wish to succeed have to ‘engage’ their people.


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4 Mental Exercises Olympic Athletes Use To Gain That Extra Edge

4 Mental Exercises Olympic Athletes Use To Gain That Extra Edge | confidence | Scoop.it
Mind training is just as important to professional athletes as physical training. What mental exercises do Olympians use to train their minds?
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Ten Reasons Winners Keep Winning, Aside from Skill

Ten Reasons Winners Keep Winning, Aside from Skill | confidence | Scoop.it
Whether the game involves competing every four years in the Olympics or every day in a business, winning brings advantages that make it easier to keep winning.

 

Confidence Coaching Creates Winning Cycles. Make Me Confident strips away the internal resistance that holds you back. www.makemeconfident.co.uk

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Why Creative Thinking is Inclusive Thinking, by Michael Michalko & Mark Maitland

Why Creative Thinking is Inclusive Thinking, by Michael Michalko & Mark Maitland | confidence | Scoop.it
Albert Einstein was once asked what the difference was between him and the average person. He said that if you asked the average person to find a needle in the haystack, the person would stop when he or she found a needle.

 

To be a hero or even a superhero is to take yourself beyond what you imagine. This then is to undo old structures that hold you back or limit your world and view and view of yourself. Gaining inner confidence that you deserve to be the best to achieve unforgettable things is the start. if you don't believe that you will create and do amazing things then who will. You have the right as everyone does. If your not as strong as you would like and lack the energy to believe in yourself then a part of you may be sabotaging your prospects.

 

Mark Maitland www.makemeconfident.co.uk

 

 

 


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Leadership tips from Michael Phelps' swimming coach

Leadership tips from Michael Phelps' swimming coach | confidence | Scoop.it
When Michael Phelps' goggles filled with water during an Olympic final four years ago, leaving him swimming blind, his training kicked in.
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