At the “Center” of Inspirational Leadership

1. Get grounded.

2. Know what you stand for.

3. Seek feedback.

  • How inspirational do I come across as a leader? On a scale from 1 to 10, where would you rank me? Why?
  • What could I do to improve my inspirational leadership skills? What do you want to see more of from me?
  • Please provide examples of when I was inspiring and when I was not.
  • Who could I emulate to become a more inspirational leader?

4. Find your own inspiration.

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