Today on the podcast, I’m exploring the unmistakable role of kindness in effective leadership.
My guest, Robin Sharma, is one of the world’s premier speakers on Leadership and Personal Mastery. For nearly 20 years, many of the best-known organizations on the planet, ranging from Nike to NASA have chosen Robin to speak at their most important events. His books such, as The Leader Who Had No Title, have topped bestseller lists internationally and his social media posts reach over six hundred million people a year, making him a true global phenomenon. Together, we’ll be discussing how kindness and personal interactions are essential to the mastery of life and to success in all areas of leadership.
The real gems here are the relationships you’ll form on the road to becoming the best leader you can be.
In leadership and in life, it takes real, intentional thought and practice to come from a place of love and respect. This act alone helps build bonds that inspire the kind of teamwork that breeds success. To start, all you need is a willingness to go within, explore, and make changes in order to show up more passionately in the world. After all, who you are in the world is an integral part of who you are as a leader. I love that these principles apply whether you lead a family of four or a multi-million dollar business. Each requires leadership that stems from the heart.
Will you join me in finding ways to improve your leadership skills by practicing kindness?