‘Following through’ is the only way to build credibility, earn trust, and establish yourself as a leader. Without ‘follow through’, your credibility is suspect, your personal brand is damaged, and your leadership will be questioned.
My Mosaic experience has sent me to a prison, I have met royalty and I have been given the opportunity to visit my dream destination of Petra! Not only that, but I have been introduced to the most amazing friends and Mosaic has helped me on my path of self-discovery.
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.
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.
Who wouldn’t want the opportunity to meet 80+ intelligent and successful people from 18 different nationalities?
As the bus stopped near the entrance of Petra, I had no idea about what I would be looking forward to in Petra.
I have pondered this question before, and again I am visiting it during the Mosaic International Leadership summit.
Communicating across cultures can be challenging and needs a thoughtful and alert approach.