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Re-calibrating Your Leadership Mindset

Re-calibrating Your Leadership Mindset

If you have been feeling exhausted, unmotivated, or really challenged lately it might be time to re-evaluate your leadership mindset before you end up in burn-out territory, if that isn’t the case already. A shift in mindset can only occur if you are open to the possibility and curious about creating a different outcome than the one you are currently experiencing. If you glance over the headings below and find you are arguing to justify why the old mindset is important for your success then it is highly likely you are creating your own overwhelm.

There’s an old adage that says “A tree is known by its fruit.” What was true more than 2000 years ago is equally true today. You can’t expect apples to grow from a pear tree. Nor can you expect happy, engaged, and high-performing employees to grow and flourish in a workplace environment if you aren’t feeling motivated and inspired yourself.

This is easier said than done. How do you cultivate a corporate culture that both feeds the needs of your workforce, satiates your own needs, and supports the bottom line? The answer may well lie in one or many of the items below.

The following paragraphs will outline what we see as the most common unconscious mindsets impacting leaders and preventing them from experiencing more joy at work. We will also cover some quick tips on what can be done to resist or revise these false beliefs.