12: Leadership Consultant, May Tuck Wong on Aligning Head, Heart and Gut
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Most people are trained to think analytically, which has vast benefits—but it can also disconnect us from our inner wisdom. For leaders leading in today's rapidly-changing workplaces, intuition has a large part to play. Being connected internally, we begin to lead with integrity – where our minds, hearts, and actions align. This is a more sustainable and liberating way to lead, work and live.

In episode 12 of Agile Leaders Conversations, join May Tuck Wong and me as we discuss the importance of knowing oneself in a leader's pursuit of agility. Personal mastery is now more critical than ever. In this video, May shares the ELSP model from the Leadership Coefficient and how it can work hand-in-hand with 8 Paradoxes of Leadership Agility and the Five Inner Voices.

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