Leading from the Inside Out: How to Fill the Gaps and Elevate Who You Are

Donna Spina

Donna J. Spina, ACC, CPC, ELI-MP

Who are Leaders?

We tend to think of them in only a business sense: the business owners, CEOs, professionals (like lawyers!), executives, or a winning sports coach.

Those who interact with others on a regular basis are all leaders. We all lead, by choice or default. At a minimum, we each are a Leader of One, and exercise Self-Leadership, meaning motivating and inspiring ourselves.

The real question is not whether we are or are not leaders, but rather how well we lead, by empowering, not managing, others.

Whenever you enter a new profession, start a new business, or transition into entrepreneurial-ship, even if in the same profession or business as your former field, there is an Identity Crisis. It takes time to re-learn WHO you are in the new thing you are now doing. Being in touch with how you Lead is critical at this juncture.

On tonight’s Blog Talk Radio interview with Donna Spina, we shall briefly discuss two assessments that when used together can act as a guiding force to integrate your new or existing journey to uplift you to your highest potential. They are the DISC Assessment and Energy Leadership Index Assessment.

Donna J. Spina, ACC, CPC, ELI-MP, is a Business, Personal Growth, and Entrepreneurial Transition Coach, Speaker, and Author. Her unique, creative, guided coaching process includes the use of well-respected DISC Behavioral and Energy Leadership Index Assessments.

Donna is a co-author of two books, The Happy Law Practice: Expert Strategies to Build Business While Maintaining Peace of Mind (Amazon’s #1 Hot Release on March 25, 2014) Woman Power: Strategies for Female Leadership (forthcoming on Amazon, September 27, 2014).

To hear our interview with Donna, join us LIVE tonight at 5:30 pm EST/2:30 pm PST by clicking here.


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