Leadership on the Ground, Season 2, Episode 3 is here! The Dynamics of “Intentions and Impact” and why leaders must own their “impact” immediately…
Discussion guide for today’s episode: Intention and impact of leadership:
1. Review of the concepts of Leadership on the Ground, as well as In Real Time, practicing leadership at the speed of business.
2. Erica explains the concept of intention and impact. And the importance of aligning them! And rarely are they aligned, and therin lies the problem!
3. “You have to still own your impact, regardless of your intention.”
4. What you say matters. But how it actually lands is equally as important.
5. This is about communication and relationship skills.
6. A big risk is to appear that you are not listening, that you’re not aware of the impact of what you say and do.
7. A misalignment between intention an impact can lead to a lack of trust. When it happens, you need to be strong and apologize, and work to make it right.
8. When you make a mistake as a leader, you have to own up to it. How do you do that? Why do you do that?
9. How do you attempt to avoid this? Can you avoid this?
10. Social awareness matters too. Reading body language…
11. “Use your ability as a leader to fix things as a tool to improve, not as a weapon.” You have to HEAR what people are saying.
12. Tips and strategies to have a more positive impact on people.
This series co-hosted by Erica Peitler:
Erica Peitler is a Leadership Performance Coach who courageously partners with individuals, teams and organizations who want to realize their visions of success by transforming their leadership potential into visible, on the ground, breakthrough leadership performance!
With an engaging, provocative and straight forward approach, Erica inspires leaders to reach beyond their comfort level as they pursue becoming the performance based leaders they aspire to be in both their professional and personal life.
As a keynote speaker and author, Erica educates, entertains and enlightens audiences on leadership, transformational change and professional/personal growth initiatives.
Erica is the author of the groundbreaking leadership book, Leadership Rigor:
Leadership Rigor: Breakthrough Performance and Productivity–Leading Yourself, Teams and Organizations