Any business leader must have asked themselves that question countless times. Do you? I read some research earlier this week which focussed on the top ten worries for business leaders. They included some pretty weighty issues, survival being top of the list. Does worrying about survival actually make things worse? What we focus on impacts hugely on the way we think and operate.
(and what does this teach you about how to motivate others?) Motivation to live life to the full; where do you find yours? Do you even know what actually motivates you? This blog explores the key motivators in life, so you can understand yourself better, and make informed choices to create the life you truly aspire to.
Jane is in her first leadership role. She thought she would love it; it is what she has worked so hard for – this promotion was meant to be her greatest achievement. But the day to day reality of leading her team isn’t feeling like that. In fact, Jane is beginning to wonder how she can reconcile what she feels is important in life with how her employer expects her to behave. Jane is beginning to think that she has to choose between sacrificing herself and keeping the job or losing it. How did it get like this? Does it always have to feel like this?
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In a world where life coaches are hell-bent on convincing you that creating your best life is all about buying into their philosophy, their program and their products, Gina Gardiner is an anomaly. Instead of convincing you that she is the answer to your problems, Gina knows that the only person capable of finding a solution is you.