During a period of uncertainty such as we have been going through for the last several weeks, one of the most important, but often overlooked, skills to hone is that of Leadership Mindset. This is often the key in helping you regulate yourself, your emotions, your resilience, and your confidence in leading your team. We feel it’s such a critical skill that we wanted to address it in another free webinar: Leader Mindset: Turning Crisis into Recovery. There were a lot of great takeaways here, and we were so glad to be able to share this with you!
Feel free to forward this link to anyone that you know could use some extra support in building more resources and resilience for their organizations.
Coaching Yourself through a Crisis
As mentioned, we are offering a 50% discount off all of our online courses on our virtual learning platform, Intuition University. You and your team can now train remotely in building your intuitive skills, decision-making, leadership development, sales and innovation tracks. Go To Intuition-University.com and use the discount code: COVID50.
And if you want to go deeper into this material and customize our webinars for more effective implementation into your company culture, contact us at: [email protected].
Lastly as promised, here is a list of resources to support your leadership mindset:
Decisive Intuition – Rick Snyder
Humane Leadership –Stephen Sloan
WFH: Working From Home: A Thrival Guide for Challenging Times and Beyond – Linda Newlin
Coronavirus: Panic Or Poise – Dr. John Demartini videos (10 min)
4 Key Areas for Leaders – Rebecca Watson audio (4 min)
Apps for Optimum Mindset
The Tapping Solution
We’re Here to Help!
As mentioned on the webinar, we are ready to support you and your organization by:
• Leading in Times of Uncertainty
• Boosting Resilience and Impact
• Making Tough Decisions with Confidence
• Managing Remote Teams Effectively
• Uncovering Innovative Solutions
Inquire about our remote coaching, training, and online courses to keep you and your teams connected, supported, and effective at [email protected].
Please don’t hesitate to reach out and let us know how we can help.