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Becoming A Consciously Imperfect Leader

In Leadership, Leadership Coaching, Leadership Development, Personal Development, Sucess by Kasia Jamroz Comments

Traditional leadership models tend to portray leaders as being all things to all people: to command, to control and to orchestrate the actions of others at all levels of the organization, to have the intellectual capacity to make sense of remarkably complex issues while at the same time creating the future that ignites everyone’s enthusiasm, to have all the answers …

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How To Cultivate Better Self-Awareness In Leadership

In Leadership, Leadership Coaching, Leadership Development, Personal Development by Kasia Jamroz Comments

Being emboldened by a vision of success — often skewed — intoxicates many and takes them to the verge of humiliation and destruction. Experience, ego and a conscious or subconscious desire for superiority often overshadow an adequate perception of reality. The balancing act between selfishness and altruism, overconfidence and humility, wins and steady progress seems to be taking many powerful leaders over the edge. …

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Commitment Demands Consistency

In Human Nature, Leadership, Personal Development, Sucess, Transformation by Kasia Jamroz Comments

ommitment is a persistence with a purpose. Devotion, dedication, loyalty, and emotional contribution to the declared choices. Yet, often times commitment is misunderstood for attachment and used interchangeably. The distinction is both huge and pricey. Attachment limits possibilities and leads to imprisonment and dependence. Commitment thrives on discovery and freedom. Attachment latches onto the specific outcome leaving us worried and …

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Living on an Auto-Pilot.

In Breakthroughs, Leadership, Personal Development, Reflection, Transformation by Kasia Jamroz Comments

Living on an Auto-Pilot Means Death by Choice. There are days I curse being “awaken”. On those days, I say to myself “I wish I did not know”. In those not-long-lasting moments, I am convinced that swimming in collective blindness would have been much simpler. Unawareness keeps me in a slender tunnel and snuggles me to safety of its walls. The …

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The Race without a Finish Line—from “Busy-ness” to “Busy-less”

In Leadership, Transformation by Kasia Jamroz Comments

Once upon a time “keeping busy” was the name of the game. It was “sexy”. It also meant being successful and feeling important. Busyness was fulfilling the void of worthiness and neediness, covering up a life full of doubts, of not being good enough, not strong enough and not made of the right clay. Validating ourselves by proudly piling up …

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Measurement of Truth: Effectiveness

In Leadership, Personal Development by Kasia Jamroz Comments

Effectiveness is a measurement of truth. We can learn from own mistakes only when we know we have made them. Instead of continually hitting the wall and being surprised we have a headache, we should not mistake our stubbornness and inability to learn for being strong and unbreakable. In our human race, filled with competition, broken dreams and victory of …