Join Mike Figliuolo for an in-depth discussion in this video Discovering your personal inspiration, part of Developing Your Leadership Philosophy.
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As you begin articulating your leadership philosophy,…the first place to start is leading yourself.…In terms of leading yourself,…you need to know why you're excited to go to work every day.…Why do you get out of bed every day?…As leaders, we're there to inspire…and motivate the members of our team.…For us to do so, we should probably…be motivated, first and foremost.…In terms of a maxim, a maxim is a trigger…to remind you of a story,…or something that's emotionally-resonant.…
My maxim, in terms of,…"Why do I get out of bed every day?"…is light bulbs.…Two words.…Light bulbs.…That might not mean a lot to you,…but it means the world to me,…because the type of work that I love to do,…the best moments in my career,…are moments where I'm teaching,…where I'm doing something like I'm doing right now.…When I teach and I see a participant…struggling with an idea, but then I'm able to…explain it in a manner that I see that light bulb go off,…I see their face light up,…that's so exciting for me, and so fulfilling.…
That's the type of work that I love to do.…
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- Developing authenticity
- Discovering your personal inspiration
- Defining your goals
- Holding yourself accountable
- Setting team standards
- Making decisions
- Motivating, inspiring, and developing people
- Achieving a work-life balance
- Sharing your leadership philosophy<br><br>
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