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.