Leadership Skills iLead – Bullet-Proof Belief – Personal Alignment
We all have personal values that we hold dear to ourselves. For some it’s fairness, others it’s doing what is right and for others still it is about something completely different.
It’s the variety between us that makes the world interesting.
When our personal values align to organisational values there is a click that makes it easier to do our job. It enables us to go that extra step to achieve a budget, keep a customer happy or to stay back late to complete a task so you don’t let the team down.
But what happens when personal values don’t align to organisational values? How can your values and a person whose values you don’t like both align with the same organisational values?
I’ve put together a quick video that shows you how personal and organisational values can be aligned, and what to do if they don’t.
You can get all the details by clicking the image below.
Transcription Leadership Skills iLead
Here is a great technique about belief and belief in yourself and how you can help build that within yourself.
The fourth module of the iLead leadership skills program is a powerful module. It focuses on belief and how you can lift your own belief. The old saying of “Fake it till you make it” gets a bit of a bad rap. But I encourage you to try it, and there are a couple of reasons for that.
Leadership Skills: Let Yourself Succeed
First, we hold ourselves back. We don’t think we’re as good as people around us think. Why? Because society makes feel as though we need to buy something to be better. So we hold ourselves back.
If you fake it till you make it, there’s something that happens. We operate here, and we say, “Okay, I’m going to take a step forward and work here.” And you think, “Oh, my goodness, I’m faking it! Don’t people know what I’m doing? I’m pushing myself and faking it,” And then you try the next level because no one’s noticed.
So then you try stepping out, faking it a bit more, and you say, “My goodness! Nothing’s happening, no one’s noticed! But I’m faking it!” And so you go, “Well, I’ll try it another level.”
When you try it a third or fourth time, what happens is you are so far beyond your comfort zone, but no one’s noticed. Then you’ll try it one more time, and those around you will go, “Ah! Finally! This person’s operating at the level we want them to! Ripper! Now, push yourself!”
Even though in our own mind, we’ve been pushing ourselves for quite a while.
iLead Leadership Skills: Push Yourself To The Next Level
The ability to have the belief in yourself is about knowing you have the leadership skills, and then pushing yourself further forward with those skills. This is just one of the many techniques that I share on how to build confidence within yourself, build confidence within your team so they can go off and be the leaders that you need and want them to be. When they are, they will achieve more; they will produce more and become more effective salespeople, admin officers, market leaders, organisational leaders.
What I’d like you to do is, below, share the technique that you find most useful for building self-belief. Love to continue the conversation just below.