Today we will talk about authenticity and you will meet Tanya Lynn in an interview on "The Importance of Being Authentic in Leadership" and Mark Susnow in another interview where he is asking the question "Is Authenticity the Missing Link to Becoming a Mindful Leader?”
Let me introduce Tanya Lynn. Tanya is the visionary CEO behind the international organization, Sistership Circle, a worldwide sisterhood movement empowering women to step into their true beauty, brilliance and boldness as feminine leaders. Tanya is the author of "Open your heart: How to be a New Generation Feminine Leader"
She shares with us today what authenticity is, in terms of being real, true and vulnerable. Authenticity is feeling, apart form being numb. She talks about how to lead from example, embodying your leadership instead of just talking about it, makes the big difference.
In our interview Tanya also speaks about circle as a powerful way to communicate authentically, in groups.
Mark Susnow is a life design strategist, cutting-edge leadership consultant, author, inspirational speaker and coach, who inspire others to believe in themselves. Mark is also the author of the much-acclaimed Discover the Leader Within: 10 Keys to Becoming the Leader You Want to Be.
In the interview with Mark we will talk about authenticity as the missing link to becoming a mindful leader. You will learn ten keys that will help you unlock the door to becoming the leader you have always wanted to be. They also unlock the door of your becoming the person you have always wanted to be. These keys can be the basis for the foundation of a powerful leadership development plan that will enable you to expand your ability to create impact in all of the environments that you are part of, no matter what they are.
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