Dale Power has deep experience as an entrepreneur and speaker. As the founder of three successful companies, she has walked the steep paths of challenge, the smooth roads of success and walked to the edge of possibility when success seemed impossible. Along the way, she discovered that a crucial key to success is learn how to encourage oneself and even more – to encourage others on the path. Encouragement is high-test rocket fuel. It connects leaders to their employees and teams, it inspires and motivates, it acknowledges strength and propels us forward to keep going when everything seems lost. Even better – it grants us the courage to express who we are in the biggest way possible. It creates the energy and environment for outstanding performance.
Dale speaks to entrepreneurs, Christian business leaders, managers and business owners in U.S. Her audiences range in size from 15 to 500 at seminars, events, conferences. Her innovative and interactive approach shares concise, powerful ways to develop our leadership by building our encouragement muscles.
The New Leadership Workout: Building Your Encouragement Muscle
We live in a culture of negativity, judgement and fear. We have a unique opportunity to shift out of this through learning the tools of encouragement. Encouragement is the one thing that everyone knows they and others need and yet, we use it infrequently. When put in our leadership quiver, the tools of encouragement: appreciation and acknowledgement spark creativity, innovation, motivation, and performance better than any other. It inspires connectedness. It blasts the invisible bands of resistance and fear through acknowledgement, appreciation while growing trust, It is never gratuitous so it is a skill to be acquired. Entrepreneurs who walk the fine line of continuous challenge will learn to how employ their own power of encouragement for the journey to completion as well as enhancing the way for others with whom they connect.
The BE Attitudes: Shifting Out of Your Comfort Zone
Entrepreneurs quickly learn that they must leave their comfort zones daily if they are to be successful. What takes a bit longer is learning the communication skills that remind them of their purpose, and how to create the ability to make a difference in the lives of others. Learning the attitudes and skills of acknowledgement, appreciation and connectedness increases that sense of purpose and increases motivation for everyone travelling the entrepreneurial road. It is as important for the individual entrepreneur as well as those they serve.
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