High performance mastermind group training. Multiplying leadership. #coachjoe

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Our mastermind group training this week was centered on the 6 key elements of leadership multiplication.

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What I learned this week. #coachjoe

What I learned this week. #coachjoe

The gap between potential and performance exists because people have to work within constrictive parameters and prescribed methods. No one is willing to risk coloring outside the lines.

To produce innovation and growth the team must be willing to take risks, make mistakes, and learn from those mistakes.

If we don’t give people a chance to innovate and fail-forward, we won’t innovate.

“We take risks, knowing that risk will sometimes result in failure, but without the possibility of failure, there is no possibility of success.” – Tim, Cook, CEO of Apple.

Leaders understand people support what they create #coachjoe

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High-performance leaders use self-discovery to empower their teams to create. Brendon Burchard said “The most important lesson in leadership is that people support what it is they create.” If people are involved in the ideation of a vision, creating mindsets, brainstorming, and figuring out the roadmap…they’ll work to give that “vision” life.
If we show up strong, capable, disciplined and focused we create predictable outcomes. Bigger, better and more adventurous. More so, if we don’t do those things…we stall.
All results must begin with daily bahavior. The choice to show-up and do the work is the paradigm shift required to move mountains.
Effective leaders understand the nuances of connecting people with the right level of work. The key activities that stretches their skills just outside the current comfort level.
5 methods for supporting a vision we create.

  1. Create an environment of collective thinking.
  2. Enlist people to believe in and shape the vision.
  3. Leverage the mindset switch to the role-model mindset.
  4. Be the center of stability in the moments of chaos.
  5. Model the rule of fundementals. “Success isn’t doing the extraordinary things – it’s doing the ordinary things extraordinary.” – Jim Rhon
    Embrace the grind. Enjoy the journey. Keep listening.

How you define success matters. High-performance leaders define success differently. #coachjoe

How are you defining success in your business? Does “winning” mean exceeding financial measures? Is it externally motivated?
Can you point to a moment and say “we have arrived”!
Experience has taught me that high-performance leaders define success differently. Their belief that success is the transformation of capable people reaching their potential.
It’s an entirely different perspective of collaborative empowerment then command and control thinkers.
The subtle nuances are like changing out your old glasses for a new set of lenses. The prescription affords you more clarity and no longer distorts your perspective. High-performance leaders change their lenses often.
Our 5 guideline leaders use to define success.

  1. They see things clearer because they rely on a larger lens of perspective.
  2. They empower people to innovate, create, and fail-forward.
  3. They trust others to plot a new course and change direction.
  4. They build collaboration with the autonomy to challenge conventional wisdom.
  5. They recognize that true success of “potential” transforms results.
    Embrace the grind. Enjoy the journey. Keep learning.

“The Leadership Leap” newly released on Balance Cubed. #coachjoe

https://www.buzzsprout.com/1951566/11273741

“We take risks knowing that risks will sometimes result in failure, but without the possibility of failure there is no possibility of success” – Tim Cook, CEO of Apple.

Come on this journey as we discuss the practical applications of the leadership leap. Making the leap with balance.