Perceiving is a creative act. When you own your creativity, you can perceive any person, situation, or repetitive pattern differently and in a way that opens new possibilities for the future. You can empower someone around you by helping them perceive a specific person or situation differently and in an empowering way. In this article, I will show you how viewing perceiving to be a creative act is more beneficial for you and people around you than viewing it as a passive one (simply seeing the world as it truly is). I will share different ways of perceiving people and situations and some of the benefits you and your company can experience from owning perceiving to be a creative act. I will also share a story.
How effectively can you empower people around you? Do you utilize useful assumptions to empower people? If yes, what assumptions do you employ? How does the experience of empowering others impact you? Imagine you utilizing useful assumptions to empower people while you elevate this skill. Envision you helping people around you learn how to do this too. How would this benefit you, your company, and people around you?
Effectively giving and receiving positive feedback is a learned leadership skill. When effectively given and received, the impact is empowering to both the giver and receiver. In this article, I will share ideas you can utilize to significantly elevate your skills in giving and receiving positive feedback. You can elevate these skills to an uncommonly high level to create a win for you, your organization, and people around you.
Unlocking the power of language is one of the ways we help our clients elevate their skills. In this article, I will share examples of how we unlock the power of language to benefit our clients. I will also stimulate your thinking about what words might be beneficial for you and your company to consider defining as a means to unlock the power of language.