It is very obvious that all the corporate leaders, business owners and executives to have varying definitions and perspectives on the approach and significant set of qualities required for an effective leadership. And it is also true that not all situations require the same type of leadership style.
Great leaders adapt to their surrounding environments, arising needs and accordingly empower the team to succeed together. Many experts across countless leadership books and articles agree on certain principles required for leading a team to greatness, but when it comes the bottom line, the most important factor is, getting the desired results delivered.
While one can manage to get results in variety of manners, at the core strengths of all great leadership are two interconnected qualities: courage and character. Those who lead with character do the right thing 100 percent of the time, even if no one is watching and they have the courage to hold their character and do not let any force let it go. So it requires on to be courageous enough to hold character.
Outstanding leaders understand that their actions set the standard for their entire team, and that their charisma impacts far beyond their imagination. Generally speaking, the more successful you become, the chances are, the less accessible you will be. Competing demands, busy schedules, and other factors make it hard for you to remain available and present to be accessed by others.
If this be the truth then what makes people still be inspired and work for you? Answer is, when you can’t be present and accessible, it is your ‘presence’. Your presence makes them feel closer and touched by you.
Simple way to understand ‘presence’ is, when you as mother or father, even if not present and available to your growing children, children can sense your presence and stop themselves and siblings, “hey, let’s not do something wrong as parents are ‘watching’ us.” They sense your presence and prevent themselves from doing anything you might object them doing.” Where does this presence come from? It comes from your energy of being ‘courageous’ and person of ‘character’, and it touches them even if you are not physically present around them.
Outstanding leaders make a concentrated effort to be accessible and available to those who need them but more than this they touch others with the energy of their ‘presence’. They know to be careful in every word they write, say, email, text, and tweet because they know it is their energy reaching to people. Have you observed some of the outstanding leaders such as Ratan Tata, Anand Mahendra and Azim Prem Ji etc. etc. They might not have visited several of their work locations and people ever, their courage and character touches the people.
Like all of us, they communicate across different levels of formality, but in every situation they make sure their communication is clear and appropriate to infuse good energy. The art of communication is the language of leadership and essential to success, and it works for those who work at it. Your words are packets of energy building or destroying your presence. Outstanding leaders never forget that the greatest emotional need we have is to feel valued and appreciated. So they radiate such an energy, irrespective of the medium of communication, that makes people feel great and work for them.
So, upcoming leaders keeps modelling the outstanding leaders and make sure they do their part so well that everyone they encounter, from their CEO to the temps and interns, understands that his or her contribution is important and appreciated. They demonstrate to those they lead, a sense of respect, trustworthiness, and integrity–the three essentail traits of leadership. Quietly and without preaching, they model the behavior they’d like to see in others.
Coach training, accredited by ICF, imparts a set of competencies that makes leaders strengthen above stated qualities. Such a training has gone through a rigorous review process and demonstrated that its curriculum aligns with the ICF definition of coaching, Core Competencies and Code of Ethics.
But more than competencies it is the model of interaction Excellence to create innermost shift that essentially focuses on helping leaders to develop charismatic presence. One need specific framework and tool-set to develop qualities such as courage and character, and demonstrate respect, practice trust and live with integrity.
By choosing ICF certified life coaching, with focus to create InnerMost Shift, you can be confident that you are getting high-quality training. ICF-accredited coach training will also help you meet the requirements for ICF Membership and Credentialing. As an ICF Member, you will enjoy instant credibility by identifying yourself as part of the world’s largest community of professionally trained coaches. You’ll also have access to local and global networking opportunities, cutting-edge business development and marketing education, and a variety of research and resources to help you become an IFC certified executive coach.
While undergoing InnerMost Shift coach training program you also become certified NLP Practitioner. NLP stands for Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Neuro refers to your neurology; Linguistic refers to language; programming refers to how that neural language functions. You can find more detail on the website.
In other words, NLP training in India is like learning the language humanity and of your own mind! Neuro-Linguistic Programming is like a user’s manual for the brain, and taking an NLP training is like learning how to become fluent in the language of your mind so that the ever-so-helpful “server” that is your unconscious will assist you to get what you actually want out of life.
NLP is the study of excellent communication–both with yourself, and with others. It was developed by modeling excellent communicators and therapists who got results with their clients. NLP is a set of tools and techniques, but it is so much more than that. It is an attitude and a methodology of knowing how to achieve your goals and get results.
Whatever level of leadership you’re working to reach, there’s no reason you can’t begin understanding that outstanding leadership begins with you. Start today to act like an outstanding leader and see how far it takes you. Have any more questions? Quickly reach to us.
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