Grace As A Corporate Practice

Grace As A Corporate Practice

As an executive coach, I often work with leaders who are developing their leadership style and way of showing up authentically. It is not uncommon to broach the topic of grace and it’s place in senior leader in government, corporate, and law firms too. Here’s what I know. Grace is…

An assertive mindset means not second-guessing yourself or dismissing your ideas before you fully consider them or share them with others. Let go of the need to be "right" or "perfect" when sharing. This will help you trust that your instincts are valuable from the start or that they will spark other ideas; this combination both curates and contributes to a creative and innovative environment.

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Start vision crafting from where you want to be, not where you think you should be. Begin by clarifying how you want to feel about your life and what would make success both significant and meaningful. Think about what experiences you want from your work and what you want others to gain from it. Commit yourself to being laser-focused on doing the things and and being present in ways that will lead to your desired legacy becoming reality. Use the information that you learn about yourself and what truly matters during this process of discovery to work backward, creating milestones and SMART goals with your legacy in mind, knowing that legacy is built moment by moment.

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Be inspired by enhancement, efficiencies, and evolution. Train your mind to notice efficiencies everywhere. Feel inspired when you see a process working well, and be curious about the lessons you can learn and apply to your own work. Gamify your efforts to make things more efficient to make innovation fun, and find joy and excitement in seeing your ideas come to life.

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