COMPASSIONATE LEADERSHIP AUTHORITY
The starting place for business leaders is to recognize and accept their own need for self-compassion; this sets change in motion within any size of company. A profound ripple effect takes place as a compassionate leader acknowledges difficult situations and feelings of other key leaders and those on the team.
The concept of blending authority and compassion, for some business leaders, is foreign and challenging to put into action. And others have an outdated authoritarian view of how CEOs interact with their teams, and how all people within a company interact with each other. We get it, you’re all busy, so Leading Edge Teams is here to help unravel the confusion.
The world is changing at lightning speed and the importance of the “people part” of business is no exception. Times are tight and resources are lean. There are a myriad of factors impacting business today. Our goal for leaders is to raise their awareness of compassionate leadership, which strengthens an individual’s reputation and authority, and is a catalyst for resilience.
Compassionate Leadership Authority naturally advances to the team through safe, transparent communication, candid discussions on maximizing individual strengths, and a caring response to distress or work stress. Increased team unity and productivity is the result of compassionate leadership authority put into action.
At Leading Edge Teams, we focus on business development and sustaining long term success, and how to achieve that without CEO burnout and team walk out. What makes us unique is that we focus on the steps to increasing confident self-leadership, development of business and team, while recognizing the essential “people part” that drives growth and stability.
“Compassionate Leadership Authority” is one of the essential drivers to sustain long term success.
Compassion literally means “to suffer together.” In today's business environment, success is measured not only by individual achievement, but also by how well your team performs and executes goals—together.
Compassion must exceed your ambition to have a sustainable, successful business.
As a leader, confront difficult, painful feelings with self-compassion; letting go and moving on is how you actually build resilience and confidence.
Meet yourself and others with compassion: when near burnout, or when goals feel elusive.
Compassion reminds that you’re not alone through crazy business cycles and entrepreneurial growth stages that include pain, chaos, and challenge.
Compassion is necessary during up-and-down business cycles and through the many stages of entrepreneurial growth.
Sincere compassion transforms conflicts and challenges within teams, moving people forward from fractured and low trust into unified and high trust.
Discover how mindset and compassion blend with leadership authority to form your reputation.
Compassionate forgiveness and acceptance helps you (and others) move forward from painful feelings to build trusted business relationships.
In action, compassion builds emotional endurance on the individual level as well as team alignment. This aids in the retention of valued employees, which benefits your bottom-line.
Discover how your mindset and compassionate demonstration of leadership bolsters your reputation, which is intrinsically linked to your team's development.
Compassion forges acceptance and forgiveness, so people can move forward; this stops the waste of valuable brain space that burns through limited resources.