The news of me being selected as a group leader in Mosaic International Leadership Programme 2015 brought much delight but it also meant I had a big task at my hands.
Your mentoring efforts could well be the spark that ignites the will and passion in your students to become entrepreneurs of the future – creating and growing exciting new businesses.
Who controls your life – you or the computer chip in your smartphone?
There’s a special kind of confidence that is required by anyone aspiring to run for Prime Minister or President and there is a known psychological trait called ‘fearless dominance’ which is common to such leaders, both past and present.
The American poet E.E Cummings said, “It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.”
Concentration is the ability to focus upon one thing at a time. This is not necessarily an easy skill to develop and retain as life, for all of us, has so many disruptions.
We get settled in the room and my stomach sinks; I am the youngest person here!
Taking on a leadership role is a significant moment in any person’s life. It can be the first time that they have had a responsibility for making things happen or the first time they have had to stand out and influence others, rather than being one of many in the team.
Confidence is linked to self-esteem and nurturing a positive outlook is essential.