The first three levels describe the conventional development path: 1 Choose a leader to follow; 2 Become a leader of your own life; and 3 Become a leader for others. However, a fourth level is beginning to show up on the periphery of leadership consciousness. The emerging potential will show us the way forward if we pay attention.
Leadership becomes fully about stewardship.
The potential tells you what it needs and shows you your next steps. Your job is to listen and respond. This is the new paradigm of conscious leadership — the fourth level of leadership development. When you are big enough, courageous enough, and vulnerable enough to follow the potential and be its steward, the potential is likely to stretch you — to challenge you to grow, and to call you forth to new levels of engagement and commitment. It may ask you to make sacrifices, and to be the torchbearer for the project or initiative. Yet there will inevitably come the moment when it is time to step aside or shift your role.
These leaders will be appreciative of the global implications of their thoughts and actions, and know how to create profound change in themselves and in others. The methods and models presented in Inspirational Presence tap into models of collaborative change and learning, as well as presenting current learnings in emotional intelligence and its deep impact on teams and organizations.
Leaders will learn how to use Five Competencies for Transformation in ways that inspire and empower others. They can explore the difference between transformational and transactional leadership styles, and see a model that simplifies the difference. By understanding how people engage change, leaders can know which of their actions create the most compelling draws into the future and how to present their ideas.
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