by Kathleen Spike | Apr 1, 2020 | Learn to Navigate Relationships
Are you “willing” to learn and practice The Top 100 RELATIONSHIP HABITS for success! The key word in relationship is “willing”! Are you “willing” to learn, change and grow? Are you “willing” to take responsibility for what you create? Are you “willing” to create peace? Are you “willing” to stop the conflict? Are you “willing” to respect another humans path, process and needs WHILE you are “willingly” respecting your OWN path, process and needs? Coaching definitely works to create peace, love, and happiness in ALL kinds of relationships. “Willingness” is the doorway through.
Habit # 1 – Willingness – do you have it? Can you find it in yourself to be willing to learn change and grow?
Habit #2 – Learn to raise your hand with others when you hurt, are frustrated, don’t understand. Raise your hand with a fair question, a fair request, however please raise your hand. People cannot KNOW what hurts you or what you need. YOU need to know, then politely and confidently “raise you hand” and ask for time to review and renew.
by Kathleen Spike | Aug 12, 2019 | Build Executive Success, Gain Communication Confidence, Get Business Results, In The Spirt of Wisdom, Learn to Navigate Relationships
Skill 3 of 100:
A leader shows respect for others and does not belittle them, ever. Trust of a leader builds upon that leader showing interest in their people’s person hood, their opinions, and talents. This is practiced regardless of the leader’s position, status, or their own beliefs.
Skill 4 of 100:
“Nowadays everybody wants to become a leader. No one wants to become a servant. In reality, the world is badly in need of servants, not leaders. A real servant is a REAL LEADER. A REAL LEADER is one who really serves the people without ego and egocentric desires. Real greatness lies in humility and simplicity,” Amma
As I ponder this quote, I challenge you simply to access more love in your heart and gut for your people, serve them with love for they are in pain, fear, ego, anger, courage, capability and wholeness. Both/and. And so are you. Imagine what we could all create if lived and served with generosity of spirit and resources. No one needs to “have it all!” What do you think on this skill? Just “see” where you might more fully serve your employees.