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compassionate Leadership

Leading-Self:

In his work on Self Leadership, Andrew Bryant raises some very interesting points. Here are some:  The concept of Self-leadership can be found in the writings of philosophers and poets, both Eastern and Western: EASTERN PHILOSOPHY WESTERN PHILOSOPHY “Mastering others is strength. Mastering yourself is true power.” – Lao… Read More »Leading-Self:

How To Help People Change:

According to a study conducted by Ellen B. Van Oosten, Melvin L. Smith and Richard E. Boyatzis, in their new book Helping People Change, the best leaders and coaches seek to connect with and understand others. They prioritize their team’s needs and create an environment… Read More »How To Help People Change:

Purpose Of Purpose:

Many people go through life without making conscious choices about weather what they do is what they are meant to be doing. When you do what you’re passionate about, what lights you up, it may be an expression of your purpose. We all have a… Read More »Purpose Of Purpose:

New Year, New Beginning:

According to Jill Suttie, Psy.D, knowing what you want helps you set an intention to work toward them. No doubt, your subconscious will kick in, too, and you will begin to notice opportunities that present themselves to you or to actively seek out information you need. Plus, having a direction to take based on your truest desires, gives you impetus to make hard choices… Read More »New Year, New Beginning:

Trust & Respect:

In any kind of a relationship Trust and Respect go hand in hand. Respect is a precursor to trust, it always comes first. Trust is earned after some level of respect is already there. When you respect someone, you hold the person in high esteem. Respect always comes before trust. When you trust someone, you believe them to be a person… Read More »Trust & Respect: