Category: Purpose

The Virtual Leader Uses Cause to Connect (1)

The Virtual Leader Uses Cause to Connect

5 Minute Read One of the greatest inventions in aeronautical technology was autopilot. You set your destination, and paid no attention to why you were going there, nor how you were going to get there. COVID-19 knocked most of our aircraft off of autopilot. Then the pandemic hit and air traffic control grounded all of…
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Reinventing Leadership: Nine Things Virtual Leaders Must Focus On

All the research that has been released today on leading in our new virtual frontier says there’s something missing. The challenge is that leaders are being called upon to focus on how to create culture in a virtual world. After reviewing my week, I’ve discovered nine areas of opportunity leaders should focus on to help strengthen their virtual culture. In order to do this, leaders are going to have to stretch their authenticity, transparency and connectivity.

The Nine Areas Leaders Need to Focus on is
-Building Clarity
– Focusing on Cause
– Challenging Potential
– Demonstrate Culture
– Describe Commitment
– Be Courageous
– Celebrate
– Building a Learning Community
– Integrate Comedy

It’s time to reinvent leadership in a way that you show up as a more authentic version of yourself. Bring more clarity, raise the necessity of why people do what they do, make bigger declarations, make commitments, find the behaviors they need to take on to reach their goals, celebrate people, build a community and be the missing piece of culture that your company and your team needs right now. It’s a big request, but you can do it.

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How to Focus on Purpose Through Chaos

What’s currently occurring right now with COVID-19 is chaos. Although the situation to the Coronavirus is new to leaders right now, the one thing that isn’t new, is learning how to lead through chaos. Learn about a unique speech in history that leaders can learn from right now as they have conversations with their team.

8 Areas A Leader Needs to Be Intentional About - Carla Harris @ GILD

Intentions of a Purposeful Leader

Purposeful leaders are intentional leaders. To be an intentional leader, you need to spend time being more intentional about authenticity, building trust, creating clarity, creating leaders, diversity, inclusivity, teaching innovation, and exercising your voice. Carla Harris, keynote speaker on stage of the 2018 Global Institute for Leadership Development shares incredible wisdom for leaders to take away with.

Richard Lieder on Power of Purpose at GILD 2018

Power of Purpose by Richard Leider

Richard Leider set a powerful tone for Linkage’s annual GILD (Global Institute for Leadership Development) 2018 Summit. His opening speech on The Power of Purpose, was about becoming a more purposeful version of you, and in becoming more purposeful, creating a pivotal moment in your life. Learn why purpose is so powerful, what elders say about finding their purpose, and the key to becoming more purposeful.

five commitments of purposeful leadership

5 Commitments of Purposeful Leadership

Purposeful Leadership, developed by research at Linkage Inc, was created on research from over 100,000 leaders. It breaks down five commitments purposeful leaders have and hold themselves accountable to and the model has resulted in 2x revenue growth, 4x profit growth and 9x employee engagement. Learn more about the purposeful leadership model here.