Hi I am Likky Lavji, from my many years as a CEO, I discovered the uncanny truth about people who are meant to be inspired and those who were meant to be exceptional leaders.
What kind of performance results could your company achieve if you had a culture without conflict? What kind of talent could you attract? How engaged, excited, and loyal would your customer base be?
If you haven’t optimized these aspects of your business …what’s holding you back?
It could be unseen and unspoken factors within your business that are hidden from view. These are your blindspots. Every business has them.
Ignore them, and your organization may never realize its true potential.
Identify and navigate your blindspots, and you’re in a powerful position to unleash the full collective genius within your company.
The result is tighter alignment between teams, more seamless communication, and a resolute commitment to a common organizational purpose.
Topic: Book Launch
Time: Mar 31, 2021 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Navigating through our blindspots shouldn’t be all that difficult naturally, or at least we would like to think so. That’s why it’s our BS . There are things we like to believe about ourselves, when in the perception of others, we may be something completely different entirely. At times, we can find ourselves thinking we are already better than we are or have gone further than we actually have. This is unfortunately why many do not reach their full potential. These Blind Spot behaviors only sabotage our own steps in progress, and sadly, the cost of this can be an unfulfilled life or business, and needless failed relationships over time.
Once you’re aware of your own BS , the world will open up to you in a whole new way . If you’re ready to move beyond the limiting narrative of your own BS and would like to navigate through to a better life and more fulfilled relationships, this book is for YOU !
#1 – Lack of Trust
#2 – Fear of Conflict
#3 – Living in Integrity
#4 – Fear of Commitment
#5 – Accountability
“Transformational keynote speaker, teaching audiences a fresh new perspective on how to create brand, customer loyalty and profitable business.”
Daniel Goldman, the guru on Emotional Intelligence, recognizes self-awareness as one of the essential skills for great leadership. Knowing one’s strengths, weaknesses, drives, value and impact on others is just as equally important as having IQ (technical skills).
The Oxford Dictionary defines trust as “a firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something” For example, we trust people who are benevolent toward us, who have integrity, and whose actions correspond to their words. We trust someone we can count on to consistently do what is “right.” In an intimate relationship, we trust our partner if he or she is predictable, reliable, and honest.
with Likky Lavji