Leaders today need to go old school. They need to get out from behind their strategy and bring leadership to life.
Motivational leadership is the ability to influence culture and drive change. It’s applied powerfully at home, in communities and organisations everywhere.
We need leaders who can lead. Leaders who can remove fear and replace it with confidence, remove confusion and replace it with clarity and mobilise us all in pursuit of a better future.
It seems that strategy is failing many as it is almost impossible to create solutions for futures further out than 12-36 months. Make no mistake, strategy is critical, it’s simply not all it’s been made out to be. The idea of motivational leadership trumps strategy every time.
Motivational Leadership (Rah Rah!) is the missing link between what we know we should do (strategy), the willingness to do it (attitude) and getting it done (execution). While the principles of Rah Rah are simple, the application of them requires a combination of art, finesse and courage.
One thing though is universally true, you cannot hold a torch to light another’s path without also illuminating your own.