AN EXCLUSIVE LIVE MASTERCLASS FOR CORPORATE LEADERS Are you building yourself into a successful business leader? You know that’s what you’re meant to be! Join me in a free masterclass this June—discover the seven secrets of highly successful business leaders to create the impact, influence, and prosperity you desire.
Here’s What You’ll Learn
This brand-new, free Masterclass will help you with tools to:
1. Gain Self-Mastery
Leverage your biggest asset—YOU!—to lead with true confidence and personal power. We will also discuss blind spots and limiting patterns so that you break free from those to express your true genius and your deep potential confidently. That is the key to self and life mastery.
2. Become a powerful communicator
Communicating effectively and powerfully is an essential leadership skill, especially as you move towards executive roles. Regardless of the forum or the nature of communication (meetings, negotiations, etc.) or the kind of stakeholders, let’s ensure that you shine, exuding expertise and credibility through your communication.
3. Establish incredible networks & stakeholder relations
It’s important to identify key stakeholders at this stage of your career and ensure that you nurture authentic relationships with them. You also need to ensure that your network and relationships are built on real, mutual win-win scenarios. Every stakeholder in the organization and outside respects the value that you bring and sees you as the right fit for the next role that you desire.
4. Build your personal brand
To be seen as best in class, you need to get intentional about your personal brand and establish your signature voice. In the busyness of life, that’s one element that essentially goes ignored, and often to one’s disadvantage. Understand what you need to pay attention to build your brand, and see your equity rise.
5. Optimize time and energy
To get to the next level of success, you cannot remain a slave to your calendar. Simplify to amplify is the mantra! Banish your energy vampires and gain back control of priorities. Win back me-time and family-time as a bonus! Learn how to go from being frustrated in your career to thriving.
6. Lead with clarity of vision
To be sure of “what’s next” and “how-to,” you need to craft the next chapters in your leadership career with care. What is your compelling vision? Do you know what you need to do in the next months/years to achieve the successful, wholesome life that you dream of? Let’s discuss your vision for yourself, your whole life, that is attuned to your highest potential. This is easily the best 45-mins of time that you can invest in your career right now! I have coached hundreds of leaders to become more successful and happier versions of themselves. This brand new, fresh Masterclass is a culmination of EVERYTHING I’ve learned in the process of mentoring and coaching leaders into their highest performance, potential and fulfillment. If you’re committed to making this the year when you finally take ownership of your development journey and your success as a leader, join me in this FREE Masterclass.
Here are the schedules:
22nd June – 5 pm CET
26th June – 5 pm CET
30th June – 8 pm CET
Learn more and register for The 7 Secrets of Highly Successful Leaders Masterclass now! I can’t wait to help you become the best version of yourself ever!
How do you influence when you’re not the boss/authority?
These days, it is a common scenario: working with multiple teams across geographies and timezones, working with people and teams that don’t directly report to you or share your sense of urgency on matters. So how do you influence them positively and arrive at a consensus?
Here are three tips on building influence without authority:
1. Understand first, influence later
Get to know them, get curious by asking questions. Understand their circumstances, challenges, and opportunities. This will warm people and create that common ground that builds trust.
2. Build relationships
By building a good relationship, people are likely to listen to you and go with you and view you not as another coworker but as a human being who cares and who they can trust.
3. Establish Credibility
After building a relationship, now you can influence. You can use your expertise to back up recommendations so that people see you as an authority, a credible leader, and you’ll have their respect.
Those are the three tips on how to influence people even when you are not their leader. Remember, the key to successful leadership is influence and not authority!
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This brand new, fresh masterclass is a culmination of EVERYTHING I’ve learned in the process of mentoring and coaching leaders into their highest performance, potential and fulfillment.
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A decade ago, when I hired my first coach, I had no clue what to expect. Come to think of it, that was the reason I didn’t approach a coach/mentor before.
Looking back, I realized how many opportunities I’ve missed. If only I knew the themes I could discuss with a coach/mentor, I would’ve gotten the support I needed earlier.
It would’ve saved me a ton of time, wasted efforts, money, going around in circles in confusion, crisis, and self-doubt.
When people approach me for support, I understand that they have the same challenge until then, of not knowing what to expect from a coaching & mentoring relationship.
So, I thought I’d put together this quick info for you. I hope it brings a lot more clarity and helps you get the most out of your coaching/mentorship relationship!
Here are the seven topics that you can discuss with a coach or mentor:
- I am not growing in my career. What can I do about it?
- How can I be a better leader and a good spouse/parent?
- What is my vision for life? What will make my life purposeful, meaningful?
2. Personal Power & Confidence
- Why do I hesitate to speak up? How can I address the constant sense of self-doubt?
- How can I be more confident in meetings & interactions?
- How can I make sure that I’m not standing in my own way through self-sabotaging thoughts?
3. Time & energy management
- How can I set my priorities to maximize success?
- How can I win back “me-time” and “family time”
- How can I ensure that I stay energized throughout the day and not tired and overwhelmed?
4. Personal Brand
- How do I define and communicate my personal brand?
- How can I position/upsell myself for attractive roles?
- What sort of mental/physical/skills conditioning do I need to do?
5. Influencing Stakeholders
- How do I influence people – across levels?
- How can I intentionally create my network?
- How do I leverage my network?
- How do I communicate my value?
- How can I effectively communicate so that people listen to me?
- How can I speak effectively in critical meetings & negotiations?
7. Crisis Management
- How can I turn around crises and conflicts in situations, relationships?
- How can I create a more harmonious work culture?
- How do I make my team members work together?
- What can I do about my bad boss?
This is just a guide for what you can expect from your coaching/mentorship relationships. When you’re ready schedule a conversation with me today and let’s discuss what kind of support would suit you the best.
The countless colors in your favorite painting come from 3 primary colors. The master painter knows that to create dramatic hues, all she needs are these three elements. The lack of a broad palette—frees her up.
This metaphor can be applied when we are creating our schedules.
The more we simplify our schedules, the better we become at prioritizing and reaching our goals.
Simplify your schedule to amplify your results
First, identify YOUR 3 primary elements that move the needle when it comes to—your results, career, and life. Or else, you’ll get lost in an endless array of activities that lead to:
- Fear of failure as you’re not getting the right things done
- Guilt at not being a fully-present spouse/parent, as at home all you can think of is work
If your week ahead looks like a car crash, a bad traffic jam of back-to-back activities. Honk as much as you want, but you’ll still move slowly, if at all.
𝗠𝘆 𝗺𝗮𝗻𝘁𝗿𝗮? Reduce congestion.
Here’s how you can reduce the congestion that’s likely causing overwhelm:
- Determine the three things that’ll move the needle
- Slash things that add no value, but make you feel overwhelmed
- Delegate bits that don’t need your direct presence
Do you wish to have personalized, laser-focused support in your specific scenario?
Schedule a conversation with me today.
“Do I have it in me?”, “I’m not good at people-skills,” “This situation is way too challenging…”
These disempowering thoughts have fear and anxiety at their base. The thoughts are not always based on truth either. Despite back-to-back successes, many leaders could still feel this way, especially when facing new situations and challenges that pull the rug out from under their feet.
When we find ourselves in these situations, it can be energy-draining, do you agree?
And to no surprise! Our hungry brains use up 20% of the body’s overall energy? That said, where we focus, our mind consumes our energy.
If we are burning precious energy, why waste it on thoughts that don’t move us forward—as human beings, in our careers, or in creating collaborative relationships? It’s essential to sense the learning opportunity & pivot towards more productive thoughts.
The 5 steps to pivot thoughts and use energy for the best outcomes:
- Acknowledge what’s happening
The first step in change starts within you.
What are the thoughts that help you move forward? What are the thoughts that keep you stuck? Make an inventory, journal for better clarity.
- Reframe thoughts for your desired outcome
“I’ll figure a way out, as I always have. I’m getting better at this every day.”
Remember instances when you overcame adversity. That’ll help you replace your self-talk with neural or more helpful ones like the above statements.
Instead of “I am terrible at XYZ… I suck at it,”. This drains energy, inspiration, and efficiency and becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.
- Prioritize activities that’ll move the needle
What will move the needle in terms of finding the solutions or creating the outcome you desire? This could involve:
- Create some quiet space for yourself, free from distractions to do some deep thinking, to come up with solutions
- Protect your time, cut out distractions from your schedule, time block your priorities into your calendar
- Find a mentor, coach, or colleague who can help you with resources to figure it out
- Attend a training
- In your 1:1 with your manager, share the intention/plan to progress, and ask for support
- Build bridges—the brilliance of collective progress
Understand your stakeholders to create a win-win.
Knowing what motivates them will help build bridges. They’ll be more willing to listen to your point of view. This creates allies.
Remember, this is about understanding another’s motivation and building respect, not manipulation. Manipulation or creating cartels might give short-wins but ruins everything soon.
If you’re in a meeting, hear with an intention to listen, don’t be quick to dismiss—hearing their PoV can be helpful.
- Absorb feedback, continue the growth cycle
The hallmark of any successful system or individual is the ability to read the environment, see what’s working and what’s not, and be in a state of continuous improvement—personally, with respect to a project or people, etc.
Enlist a coach or mentor who can help you in that reflection, and bolster your growth even further.
If you master this skill of directing your focus and energy into more productive thoughts, clear-headedness, strong stakeholder relationships are just some of the benefits you will acquire.
Schedule a conversation with me today. Let’s talk about how you can leverage your emotional intelligence to develop yourself into the whole spectrum of leadership capabilities—strategically, psychologically & spiritually.
I feel motivated when I receive positive reviews and feedback from my clients. Because I know that I was able to provide the value they wanted and help them reach their goals. It’s rewarding and inspires me to be better in providing the service that my clients require from me.
I want you to feel excited about your life and the work you do, to consciously create a life filled with love, good health, prosperity, and fulfillment, freeing yourself up to pursue your soul’s calling. Yes, it’s possible! Schedule a conversation with me today, and let’s discuss the practical ways to make it happen for you.