Leadership from the Inside Out: Becoming a Leader for Life - by Kevin Cashman

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The more Tracy’s life started to spin out of control, the more she tried to assert control. Without understanding why, she gradually drove away nearly everyone around her. For many years, her external competence had been sufficient to help Tracy to face her life and career demands. However, her new life and leadership demands involved competence of a different order. Tracy was a great example of the managers identified in the Brousseau, Hourihan, et al. research study cited earlier in this chapter.

He moved from trusting his fear to trusting his contributions. He brought a Shadow Belief into the Conscious Belief arena. Before that moment he wasn’t aware of its presence. It had been controlling him, and now he was beginning to take control of it. A few months later, describing his experience, he said, “This one insight has opened a doorway for me. It has given me the peace of mind to trust myself and to lead from who I am. ” 42 LEADERSHIP FROM THE INSIDE OUT REFLECTION CONSCIOUS BELIEFS Take a few minutes to explore some of your Conscious Beliefs—the selfconversations we have that reveal what we hold to be true, important, and of value.

What do you believe about life? • What do you believe is your impact or influence on others? • What do you believe about leadership? Seven Clues that Bring Shadow beliefs to Light How often have you heard the expression that “an overdeveloped strength can become a weakness”? Although there is truth to this statement, there is also a deeper underlying dynamic. Why do some strengths turn into weaknesses? Usually because some Shadow Belief is operating. Leaders either shed light or cast a shadow on everything they do.

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