Leadership is a Rorsach Inkblot; regardless of where we are in our personal journey we can define it. However, our definition will reveal more about us than any Truth about leadership.
We define leadership as intentionally improving our ongoing cycle of perception and action. Perception is our assessment of the world; the meaning we apply to events, language, and behavior. Action includes the full range of our responses, from emotional and mental reactions to spoken words and behaviors acted out. When we improve our ability to accurately perceive the world, we are able to make better decisions. When wiser decisions guide more enlightened behavior we gain access to results previously unimaginable. It is the secret behind those leaders we admire and look up to; it is the answer to the question of how do they do it?
Critically, leadership is learned; we can choose to sharpen our awareness of the world and expand our range and application of responses. While effective leadership can be developed by anyone with the commitment, it can be a very challenging journey of inner mastery.
We directly engage with willing individuals in all roles to more deeply connect to their sense of purpose and support meaningful, measurable progress to achieving it; to become the leaders they aspire to be.