The Ninety-Day Jumpstart Momentum Coaching Program helps leaders gain clarity and increase leadership effectiveness so that they may have a greater impact and become more influential executives. Have you ever asked yourself, “How can I be a better leader when I am just trying to get my stuff done?” If so, you may have found yourself caught up in a river of reactivity; getting sucked into the everyday task and deadline-driven culture with little time left to think beyond your to-do list. You’re focused on crisis management rather than self-leadership.
The problem is that our days are totally task driven, our plates crowded to overflowing, and the demands on our time and attention drown out our desire to come from purpose, value and be strategic leaders rather than task masters.
The Diamond Mind Ninety-Day Jump Start Momentum Coaching process begins with a reflection on the areas that seem out of control.
The discovery process (no cost, no obligation) helps you to clearly identify and articulate your best version inner leader. Give yourself permission to imagine a next-level YOU.
Wondering if the Ninety-Day Jump Start Momentum Coaching program is for you?
Watch this short video featuring Tom Rosenak and his colleague Adrienne Guerrero, discussing the current landscape leaders are facing and how this program helps to jumpstart leadership momentum.
“What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies inside of you.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Becoming the best version of ourselves as leaders can be challenging and is often a lonely pursuit.
Diamond Mind works with leaders that KNOW there is a better self-emerging and are determined to become their best (as they define it).
The problem is that maintaining the status quo while juggling multiple priorities and meeting the expectations of others, leaves little or no space to reflect on who you are currently and who you are becoming.
Living in a river of reactivity focused on daily tasks and urgencies can lead to burnout, frustration, self-doubt and loss of the vibrant engagement and drive to excellence that made you successful in the first place.
Despite this challenge, YOU can do it, but not alone. Even if you could, what fun is that?
If you are confident there is a better YOU emerging (if you can ever just get to it – I don’t see “better me” on the calendar) 😊….this may be the perfect time to jumpstart your leadership momentum.
The first step to gaining more influence, greater impact, better collaboration, in short, your version of good to great; is to make space to connect to, define and refine the energy of your why. You (and I) have multiple, competing intentions depleting the energy of our core intention.
The Big result – You can go from stuck state to flow state, and gain traction on what matters most.
Momentum happens when we shift our focus, get out of the way, and align our actions to our truest self. You may not be able to change the world in 90 days, but you CAN gain the confidence, clarity and learn a process to bring you there.
Through the discussions of the pain and possibility with a trusted sounding board, leaders are able to identify strategies that work for them.
You can FEEL the momentum building with tailored solutions to your own unique situation
Together, we came up with a plan to make space in his busy life to turn his ideas into reality. We created space on his calendar for dedicated “CEO Think Time.” He scheduled intentional time to stop and focus on the big picture that will propel him and his business forward.
Though the daily realities of running a business may cause the slot to get rescheduled, the time was reserved and CEO Think Time became a regular part of his schedule. During this thinking time, he was able to map out a delegation strategy, identify the conversations that must happen with staff and think strategically with no interruptions.
She often felt put on the spot by her introverted and impulsive boss. How could she plan for impromptu conversations ahead of time? You can’t plan impromptu. Or, can you?
Together, we created a strategy to address this situation. Rather than read the paper on the train on her commute, she started planning conversations on hot button issues. By consciously making time and working through hard conversations, Marie felt prepared and able to contribute when the opportunity presented itself. This significantly increased her confidence and her executive presence.