Inner Leadership is a book on how to lead and inspire ourselves and other people through times of change. Please don’t read it — or rather, please don’t only read it.
You do not learn to swim by reading a book about swimming. The same applies to inner leadership: you also have to practise.
The book provides a series of tools and exercises that work, step by step, to help you do that practice, and so strengthen the seven competencies of Inner Leadership. Some of these tools will be more immediately relevant for where you are today but all will build towards what comes next so we strongly recommend you try all of them.
Each tool will strengthen your ability to create your inspiration, your way, by finding your answers, to address your situation. The more you practise, the more skilful you become.
To make this easier, Inner Leadership comes with a free downloadable workbook. You can also purchase a large format paperback workbook — or simply use pen and paper.
As every musician knows, the way to Carnegie Hall is through practice, practice, practice. Inner Leadership provides a series of very practical tools that help you first define what ‘Carnegie Hall’ looks like for you, and then to do the practice that will take you there.
Do you know what your equivalent of Carnegie Hall looks like? Are you practicing the skills that will inspire you and others to get you there?
Adapted from Inner Leadership: a framework and tools for building inspiration in times of change.
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