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Leadership as we know it is in the very beginning stages of an evolution! Now available is tangible data that highlights the results on gender differences and the significance of advancing women in corporate world.
ROI data provides clarity on what it looks like when organizations have balanced gender teams. These balanced teams make strategic decisions, collaborate for problem solving, and drive effective communication at senior levels of organizations.
We also now have neuroscience data from the past 30 years; this data now creates understanding and appreciation for the naturally occurring tendencies relating to men and women's behaviors.
Advance your leadership by understanding your personal tendencies and increase your awareness on gender differences, these are the first steps to minimizing your blind spots.
How do we create clarity on your identity as a leader?
How do you expand self-awareness & gain understanding on what impacts your performance as a leader?
How do you accelerate your leadership journey and move closer to being consistent, effective, and the stronger leader you want to be in challenging or stressful situations?
What is the evolution of 21st century modern leadership? Why do I care?
All Leadership research examines leadership skills, traits, characteristics, and competencies from a variety of intersections, including the connection between individual traits and effective competency benchmarks that drive successful performance outcomes.
Today, what we know is that all leadership research findings point in the same direction for those critical skills, characteristics, and competencies. All the various best practice leadership competency lists boil down to the same core elements. The research findings just tag them by different names and regrouped the findings in different ways. This is key knowledge to understand. Equally important, we learned that there is no single characteristic, trait, skill, or competency can be the critical differentiator between leaders and non-leaders.
"Further research indicates that leadership is determined not so much by the characteristics of individuals, as by the requirements of the social situation." Hencley, S.P. (1973)
" For Most Leaders, Many are Already Successful in Their Own Minds, but Want to Be More Successful and Are Willing to do Self-Identity Work "
" Everyone reacts to pressure differently. Understand, predict, and control your performance under pressure. Self-awareness speeds up development and what it takes to be successful! "
" You have the ability to control performance stress, it does not need to control you! "
Achieve more with the sum total of individuals.
Self- regulate with peer to peer accountability.
Inspire greatness in each other.
HIGH PERFORMANCE TEAMS
RAISE THE BAR.
Understand, Predict, Shift, and Self-Regulate Behavior.
STRATEGIC TALENT MANAGEMENT
Select best fit candidates.
Align - people, process, and strategy.
Put the right people in the right positions.