Source: 4 Leadership Lessons You Should Learn Early Jeff Boss provides some simple thoughts on leading as an Executive. How can these ideas help you? #ProtonCoaching
Forbes nails it with this article about Leadership. We all know leaders who give lip service to being ‘servant leaders’…but never walk the talk. However, being a leader in service to your team is not as easy as it sounds.... View Article
DailyMotivation on Twitter: “#motivate #Motivation #motivationalquotes #motivational #motivated #inspire #inspiration #inspirational #inspiring #inspired #meme https://t.co/NW7EWTCmsB”
Take a chance on yourself. Proton Coaching is positive you can do it!
Coaching U on Twitter: “”A person always doing his or her best becomes a natural leader, just by example.” – Joe DiMaggio”
Look around you. Who do you see exhibiting these traits? How does that individual influence the team and environment? How do YOU show up? Positivity is infectious!
Dr. Dish Basketball on Twitter: “Use “air time” to get your entire body ready to shoot as soon as you catch the ball 🏀 https://t.co/jjfXCgs08Z”
Preparing yourself to be a great leader, follower and colleague takes effort and desire. It also takes someone willing to do the hard look of introspection; to drive to be better today that you were yesterday…and tomorrow better still. Proton... View Article
Buzz Williams on Twitter: “To build great relationships, you need to want more FOR people, than you want FROM people… https://t.co/AchUGKgyZA”
Very few leaders actually live this simple idea. How would this change your leadership ability?
ink_proton_coaching_bizcard_back Source: 4 Truths About Fear That Will Help You March Forward | Inc.com Wow! As a leader and coach, learning to accept, manage, channel and recognize fear’s influence is a critical tool. Love this passage of simple examples of... View Article
Eric Musselman on Twitter: “Jim Caldwell has an amazing philosophy on building relationships with his players. https://t.co/zRoHbyFFks”
Coaches and leaders must always remember to be in service to their clients, co-workers and employees.
John Kelly served less than a year as the DHS Secretary. Yet, in those few months, he developed a deep bond with the employees of the department. That bond was born of his willingness to share their hardships, serve their... View Article