“Living the Dream” – Courage

//“Living the Dream” – Courage

“Living the Dream” – Courage

(Cont.) Consider a fundamental S.W.O.T analysis, a pragmatic alignment exercise around your vision, mission, values and goals (don’t forget Roles & Responsibilities, a Metric and Accountability).

How do we do it? Via our “Being on Purpose”® model, Precision. Agility. Resilience.®

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(Hawaii, Jan. 24, 2019) – my hat’s off to the “Winning Together”® (Conscious Leadership) participants who have demonstrated the willingness to take a step back, analyze possibilities and consider looking at things differently. Better said, “consider trusting” – looking at things differently. Which, in essence, also means testing new behavioral and attitudinal practices (kinda re-wiring old world views), that have in the past, for all intents and purposes, successfully gotten them to this juncture in their career. Not easy for anyone…CUDOS, nonetheless, because bottom line, it takes COURAGE. I would add, vulnerability, too. But, if you go here…you better have a framework, a process and agreements and commitments that underscore your team values and the “cultural intelligence” that understands what to do with honesty. —— So, if you were leading a change initiative focused on integration, growing your future business and having to ‘convince’ people who, “know it all,” to embrace innovative perspectives different than there own – “How do YOU achieve real cultural change, “buy-in” and behavior modification?”

Consider a fundamental S.W.O.T analysis, a pragmatic alignment exercise around your vision, mission, values and goals (don’t forget Roles & Responsibilities, a Metric and Accountability).

How do we do it? Via our “Being on Purpose”® model, Precision. Agility. Resilience.®

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With 20 years of Executive Coaching, Leadership Development and Career Transition Services to C-suite, “High-Potentials” and executive teams, to front line individual contributors, Rick has designed and launched key business and culture-specific initiatives that increase leadership influence, career satisfaction and performance “Excellence.”