What We’re Reading – You Must Trust Yourself in Order to Make a Real Difference

In this article, the author explains that while the traditional workplace was created to exert control, the new workplace gives up control for influence and membership in a larger community.  When you trust yourself, you won’t hesitate to share your knowledge, wisdom and secrets.  He calls this an “immigrant perspective” and it’s all about allowing those around you to experience the real you and not the title.  The author presents a three-phase, five-step plan to help executives learn to trust themselves, and in turn, become more influential in the workplace.

Phase I: Discovery

1.  Explore: Strengths and Passions
2.  Identify: Purpose and Cause

Phase II: Relevancy

3.  Believe: Market Demand

Phase III: Delivery

4.  Build: Market, Invest, Practice, Live
5.  Trust: Share, Teach, Lead

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