Balance what your heart says and expectations of your subordinates

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Balance what your heart says and expectations of your subordinates

Being a leader is not easy. Balancing your own motivations and ways of working with that of a diverse team is a challenging task. This week we look at heart-centred leaders – types 2, 3 and 4 who lead based on their need for validation from others.

To achieve this, Type 2 Helpers often wish be of help in everything under their charge to ensure things turn out well. Type 3 Achievers leaders set the tone for their team with a constant no nonsense mood to ensure things are in tip top standard, while Type 4 Individualists tries to adapt and maneuver to maximize their feelings of validation.

These actions are a result of avoiding feelings of devoid and shame which they equate to as a lack of self worth. As such, these leaders are confident in their ways and excel when they are affirmed of what they do and how they do it.

Know yourself as a Helpers, Achiever or Individualist? Find out more about your leadership strengths, weaknesses and key areas of improvement.

Cindy Leong
Cindy Leong
A Dating and Relationship Coach who has helped many youths and professionals in their journey through relationship searching and building. Cindy is a direct and energetic individual, who aims to bring out the best in everyone she meets. Her extensive coaching and dating experience has helped her coach men to find their social standing in the society. Cindy holds a Bachelor Degree in Psychology, majoring in Communications and has done many research studies in the area of Gender Communications, Cultural Communications, Jealousy and Mating Choices. Get in touch with Cindy via email at coffee@relationshipstudio.sg
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