Intentionality: Part I
Thoughts from Brian Pearson, Executive Coach:
- Intentionality is based on your core values
- Being intentional includes understanding the process but also the relationships that go with the process
- With intentionality you learn to respect the people, the assets, the customers.
- Intentionality, over time, can be imbedded within a person
- In this process, there is reciprocity. The one adding value gains value
- Not everyone sees intentionality this way if instant results are the expectation.
- Mentoring in leadership is an intentional partnership. It is not designed to be an adversarial relationship
Next week: A journeyman’s education on how to treat people
You can connect with Brian Pearson at https://www.johncmaxwellgroup.com/brianpearson/
Brian and Niña are co-hosts for the global leadership experience. To sign up for the local event in South Carolina go to https://www.healthyleadership.online
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