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Whether you are a leader in your company, family, community or volunteer group, you have the ability to radically shift how the people in your circle handle tumultuous times. Times of crisis are critical periods for your grounding leadership. Here are three quick ways you can activate these qualities to be a force for good.
Our first value at DOUNTO is Love, and it is the underlying message of everything we do. This means being compassionate to the needs of others and spreading neighborly love wherever we go. In leadership, love looks like inclusion, compassion and empathy, which help us create opportunities for diversity. Here are just a few techniques you can use to encourage diverse leadership throughout your organization, starting from a place of love:
As a modern leader, the challenges you face are unique and constant. If you are operating in a fully-remote work environment, you are likely facing a continuous barrage of emails, instant messages and virtual meetings–and that’s just on an individual basis! So, how do you balance all of this while also creating opportunities for your team culture to grow and flourish? Here are five tips to help you take your team culture to the next level.
Rumi is quoted as saying, “Whoever travels without a guide needs two hundred years for a two-day journey.” His wisdom is wonderfully prescient, particularly for leaders in the modern business world who are seeking to be the best in their industry. If you are one of these leaders, read below to learn more about how a coach can guide you on a journey of self-development–and save you money–in just a mere matter of months…
What does it take to be a conscious, #GoldenLeader in today’s modern business world? Two of our founders, Arch and Susannah, served in the Marine Corps, where they led teams both in and out of combat. They learned that especially when lives are on the line, it takes powerful leadership qualities to stay grounded during times of crisis, while also creating a place of compassionate growth for their people.