"I tell you," he replied, "If they keep quiet the rocks will cry out." ~Luke 19:40
It takes work to know better and do better. It's important for leaders to recognize and interrupt the patterns of knowing better and not doing better in their leadership.
It's a challenging concept to develop as a leader, but once you understand that you don't have to be all things to all people, you can lead in a more liberated way.
Leading as a high achiever without having an achievement orientation is dangerous.
You're limiting your effectiveness as a leader if you are not making space for your own self-care and soul care.
The journey to inspirational leadership begins with an understanding that leaders are PEOPLE who occupy a position of leadership.