Many of the leaders I’ve been coaching have made a similar comment during these sometimes wearing, often enlightening times.
It has to do with the enduring value of proactively reaching out to connect on a personal level.
These months of physical separation continue to remind us of the power of personal connection. And of the fact that leadership is a relationship.
So thank you.
Thank you for the time you’ve taken for that spontaneous check in, to ask that genuine question or have that extra conversation.
Thank you for the conversations you’ve had that left others feeling more hopeful and supported,
that helped people connect in new ways,
or built someone’s resilience and capability.
And thank you for every time the example you set motivated others to take the time to do the same.
Now more than ever, those personal, powerful connections are needed, noticed and appreciated.Share via Email