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Before you even contemplate leading others, you need to have the courage and curiosity to lead yourself first. When we look deep inside to better understand ourselves and what matters most to us, our voice comes from a place of assurance and conviction. By understanding how to regulate our own emotions and how to better navigate situations and relationships, we can use this stronger voice to move forward with focus and integrity. Through learning to open up and use our power within, we open boundless possibilities in our lives and our careers. Start with You: Lead from the Inside offers the tools to find your voice and propel your leadership out of autopilot to become a highly-valued, and emotionally-aware leader. About the Author: Belinda Brosnan is a leading change agent on mindset and personal leadership through change and uncertainty. Obsessed with practical solutions for her clients, Belinda is passionate about challenging the patterns of thinking and behaviour that hold people back from being effective collaborators, leaders and decision makers. An experienced senior leader with credentials in conversational intelligence and NeuroLeadership, Belinda helps clients discover the power and courage within to step up in their professional and personal lives. Belinda is an advocate and investor with The Hunger Project and has led leadership programs in Africa and India. She was QLD Telstra Business Women's Awards winner for Start-Up in 2015.
― Simon Sinek, Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action.
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