“Purpose, mission, and vision… give great relevance to a company and it’s brand. Purpose refers to the difference youre trying to make in the world, mission is the core strategy that must be undertaken to fulfill that purpose and the vision is a vivid, imaginative conception or view of how the world will look once your purpose has been largely realized.” John Mackey
Tatiana is extraordinary at reaching and coaching-the-soul into it’s fullest expression. She has helped me move from small, oppressed ‘me’, to a more expanded, confident version of ‘I AM’!
I have bumped up against some mentally, emotionally and spiritually challenging decisions lately, and because of the depth of the work we have done, I was able to process and synthesize those decisions from a much higher perspective and place of compassion. The outcome and relationship shifted in an unexpected and beautiful way, which allowed for a creative, amiable solution in a previously tenuous partnership.
Instead of looking at situations and events as problems to be solved, I now expect and experience miraculous solutions!
~Schelli Whitehouse, TheSoulfulServiceProvider.com
Robert Greenleaf, author of Servant Leadership observed that “Good leaders must first become good servants.”
Conscious Leaders focus on “we”, rather than “me.” They inspire, foster transformation and bring out the best in those around them.
They understand that their role is to serve the purpose of the organization, to support the people within the organization and to create value for the all of the organization’s stakeholders. They recognize the integral role of culture and purposefully cultivate a Conscious Culture of trust and care.
To accomplish this lofty goal of excellent and equally conscious leadership, it is important to embrace the development of emotional intelligence as it pertains to professional interactions and thereby become more ideally poised to employ Energy Leadership techniques for full organizational application.
This begins with coaching assistance in the following focus areas:
Self-awareness – You recognize your own emotions and how they affect your thoughts and behavior, know your strengths and weaknesses, and have self-confidence.
Self-management – You’re able to control impulsive feelings and behaviors, manage your emotions in healthy ways, take initiative, follow through on commitments, and adapt to changing circumstances.
Social awareness – You can understand the emotions, needs, and concerns of other people, pick up on emotional cues, feel comfortable socially, and recognize the power dynamics in a group or organization.
Relationship management – You know how to develop and maintain good relationships, communicate clearly, inspire and influence others, work well in a team, and manage conflict.
Energy Leadership refers to both a particular and unique form of leadership, and also, literally, to the process of leading energy so that it works for you, rather than against you. By learning and applying the principles and concepts of Energy Leadership, you can increase your ability to shift your own energy and the energy of those around you. When you do that, you will help inspire and motivate yourself and others, feel a greater sense of purpose, get more done with much less effort and stress, and constantly attract positive and powerful people and success to you.
Leadership is simply interaction where influence occurs. The influence can be positive or negative, focused consciously or unintentionally, and the impact can be minimal or maximal. A leader is the individual in the interaction who knowingly or unknowingly creates the greater influence in the other person.
Our world tends to define leaders, and therefore leadership, within the context of formally defined roles found within corporations, small businesses, non-profit organizations, and political and community concerns. True leaders, however, are not confined to office walls and are not limited to specific positions within those walls, but are found in families, groups, sports, education, health fields, and within all levels and roles in small and large organizations. (“Organization,” as referred to in the Energy Leadership System, means two or more people, in any walk of life, who are working or communicating together for a similar goal or purpose.)
Also keep in mind that, in addition to the above, leadership includes self-leadership, which is the ability to motivate yourself to do what you desire to do.
*Everyone is a Leader, Either by Choice or Default
Every interaction presents the opportunity to lead and have a positive impact on others. The Energy Leadership System teaches individuals to consciously choose to use their ability to influence and impact others to bring about results that are positive for themselves, others, their organization, and its stakeholders.
Great leaders are not only able to motivate, inspire, and bring out greatness in others, but also in themselves. The question isn’t whether or not you are a leader; the question is… how will you lead?
Let us empower you with the tools to do so with conscious intention, intuitive prowess and sustainably validating certainty.