The 5 Stages of Mindful Leadership

Walk the path of the mindful leader

I’ve just put together a Prezi showing an overview of The 5 Stages of Mindful Leadership.

I’m curious which of 5 stages do you most identify with? After watching the Prezi, simply scroll down below and leave a comment letting me know which stage you are at (and need the most help with). Is it …

  1. Trusted Professional,
  2. Change Agent,
  3. People Developer,
  4. Tribal Leader,
  5. or Legacy Builder.

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