How to be an Intentional Leader {Video}

Hello Authentic Leaders!

With the American holiday of Thanksgiving just around the corner, I typically pause and reflect on all for which I am grateful.

Recently I lost hold of my authentic purpose and found myself struggling to get through several days of work.  I sensed I needed help and at first, defaulted to not asking for this help.  And then I remembered, people who are asked for help usually love to give it if they can and are often grateful to be asked.

Today I am grateful that I have people I can ask and who help me get back on track and stay connected to my authentic life and leadership purpose.

Perhaps you noticed a team member make a small shift in something they are doing.  Have you intentionally thanked them and paid attention to their progress?  Perhaps you observed a colleague lend support to a struggling team or project.  Have you intentionally joined in this type of service yourself?

How can you bring more purpose to your own leadership?  What and how will you serve your team today?  Leading with intention means you regularly consider these questions.  In this video we will look at two ways to lead with more awareness and intention.

Happy Intentional Leading and may you have a Grateful Thanksgiving!

How do you stay connected to your authentic life and leadership purpose?  

Your Thoughts?

One Response to How to be an Intentional Leader {Video}
  1. Tiffany Lynn Lepp
    November 26, 2014 | 9:55 pm

    Cindy, I think you hit the nail on the head when you said, “Leading with intention means you regularly consider these questions.” Leading intentionally and being authentic is something I constantly and consciously have to be aware of. If I am not, my saboteurs or fear will start to take over. Regularly considering your questions helps to keep these principals present in my life. Thanks for your post. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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