Category Archives: Charisma

Is Charisma your Hero?

February is nearing an end.  I pause and look at the beautiful fresh snow in my yard, and think of the perfection in front of me.  No two flakes alike…Is that true of people?  Is that true of Leaders? Charisma is one of the twelve behaviors of a Rare Leader™.  I look back on the…

Charisma builds Trust

“Beauty is but skin deep.” When poet John Davies of Hereford wrote this now famous saying in 1616, he was actually referring to a murder involving Sir Thomas Overbury.   We have taken this almost 400 year old phrase and excluded the remaining lines of the poem which include “Beauty is but skin deep, ugly…

Here’s what I heard about Charisma

I’ve spent the past several days with a lot of people.  Visiting with my clients take me to many wonderful places.  Some people might say I’ve had an overload of people interaction, but I love it.  I always use a side angle or hidden agenda to keep my energy up.  These past two weeks my…

Developing Your Charisma

It’s not tough to convince people that Charisma is important when taking on a leadership role.  However, the issues begin to surface when my clients actually explore the degree of their own Charisma, and find themselves asking the question…”how do I develop my Charisma as a Leader?” I went on a personal journey to discover…

Charisma

The Rare Leader will display a winsome quality causing people to like, respect, and emulate, while displaying a deep attitude of who he or she is, what they’re about, and where they’re going.   The Rare Leader should gain energy from trusting beliefs that appear natural, giving a high expectation of others while radiating hope,…

Vision…Putting it to work

Looking back on these past four weeks and our discussions of Vision.  What have we learned?  Here’s a sample of what we found… Vision is your clear, inspired picture, creating a passionate, committed journey to discover what can happen. Isolate what you see. What trends  and data support you? Allow your vision to inspire you,…

Share Your Vision

I noticed a peculiar common thread running through many leaders and companies.  There seems to be a shroud of secrecy among the leadership team, a secrecy between each other as individuals, and most alarming, a secrecy from the rest of the employees and even customers.  (Building Trust between people and within Teams is another item…