As leaders, it is imperative that we are leading intentionally and not just talking about what we intend to do. That means leading firstly ourselves with purpose, clarity and confidence and then leading our people – and not just the outcomes. Failing to do so not only sees us risking disengagement, misalignment, conflict and productivity but also sees our own leadership credibility called into question.
Nobody wants to work with or for somebody who is only full of great intentions, instead they want to work with and for people who know how to turn intent into action and in a way that has meaning to them.
What You Will Learn
How to bridge individual and organisational purpose
How to create collaborative cultures with intentional leadership
How your intent may be holding you back and how changing it can power you forward
The need to balance confidence with humility….being confident enough to value what your perspective is and share it, while being humble enough to want to hear opposing points of view
We have to give people a meaningful purpose in their work within the industry – to unite them behind a common cause. Showing the next generation that work in the mining industry is important and relevant and that they can make a difference to achieving a sustainable future is the key challenge.
To maintain a consistent and engaged workforce takes energy and attention to continually align what the industry can offer with what it is that employees want to achieve.
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