Learn to inspire
Many theories and tactics are said to enable the talents. They’re usually based on a complex measurement or new competence models and training cycles, with the importance of inspiration getting lost in the numerical results. It also doesn’t help that its essence is so hard to capture. There is a wealth of literature and poetry describing inspiration as an artistic spirit that comes and goes as it pleases. However, it’s often forgotten that the ability to inspire resides within us and should be treated as a basic skill of all the leaders in the world. It enables us to see new possibilities that were always there but we simply haven’t seen them. Studies show that inspiring people are more open, intrinsically motivated, optimistic, and have a stronger drive to master their work, but are less competitive. So, how to learn to inspire?
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