To lead others, you first need to transform into the best version of yourself and lead from a place of wholeness. In a new era of leadership, most are finding that there’s a deeper meaning to their overall purpose and reason for existing. This expands far beyond the approaches that have been taught in the traditional paradigms or even some of the most leading-edge programmes. Enlightenment, personal and spiritual mastery and leadership refinement are the core components required for creating a new landscape of leadership.

 

 

The Cost of Poor Leadership

Make no mistake there is always a cost! to leading poorly!

 

 

  • Physical Health:
  • Mental Health:
  • Intellectually
  • Personal Relationships
  • Negative impact on financial status
  • Less likely to fulfil their potential

 

  • Absenteeism
  • Impacts on continuity
  • It impacts on the quality of customer service and reputation
  • It results in a reduction in productivity
  • There is often a significant deterioration in professional relationships
  • It creates problems with replacing the skills, experience and expertise of those who leave
  • It increases the costs of HR support and the chances of being taken to tribunal for bullying
  • Stress increases poor decision making which leads to loss of business or a waste of resources
  • There is greater chance of potential being wasted

 

  • Cost of health care and state benefits
  • Cost of poor decision making
  • Children from fragmented families are more likely to live in poverty and do less well at school

 

To lead others, you first need to transform into the best version of yourself and lead from a place of wholeness. 

In  a  new  era  of  leadership,  most  are  finding that  there’s  a  deeper  meaning  to  their  overall  purpose and reason for existing. This expands far beyond  the  approaches  that  have  been  taught  in the traditional paradigms or even some of the most leading-edge programmes. Enlightenment, personal  mastery  and  leadership  refinement are  the  core  components  required  for  creating  a new landscape of leadership.

Research shows that the impact of conventional leadership courses is often short-lived as people revert   to   their   default,   habitual   behaviours.   They  therefore  become  an  expensive  tick-box  training exercise. The process acts like a plaster on a sore rather than creating fundamental and lasting improvement in the quality of leadership. Poor quality leadership is incredibly costly to the individual,  the  organization  and  society.  Poor  leadership  creates  unhappiness  for  everyone  involved. It is commonly identified as one of the main contributory causes of stress.

 

Is this keeping you up at night?

  • The constant battle to manage staff effectively
  • Finding the right staff – and keeping them
  • Holding people to account
  • Worrying about having the difficult conversations when staff are not performing as you want
  • Staff constantly complaining about ‘something’ 
  • Feeling overwhelmed as everyone wants a piece of you
  • Feeling the only way to get things done properly is to do it yourself
  • Motivating people feels like pushing a bus uphill without an engine
  • Feeling that the “To Do” list is endless, and you are not making any inroads
  • Staying competitive in an ever-changing market
  • Feeling you can’t please anyone – your family complain you are never available – even when you are at home
  • Missing your children’s concerts, plays and sports days

 

I believe it is incredibly important to recognise that we are all connected, to look at how we can support and help one another from a place of love. For people to step into their genuine, authentic power, to have the courage to live a fearless life.

 

Imagine being paralysed and later having to learn to walk not once but twice as an adult, and having the strength and determination to come back from this learning to be happy again.

Gina suffered a serious ski accident aged 29. She was unwilling to accept the prognosis given by her doctors.  She knew that her mind-set was key to keeping her life on track, keeping her happy, successful and fulfilled even when dealing with the worst effects of the challenges her health and being in a wheelchair.

Gina's books and business takes her life experience and highly effective mindset techniques and encapsulates her 30+ years of coaching, training and teaching into transformational strategies and techniques that will enable you to get happy, stay happy and spread happiness throughout your life.



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