Leading with compassion is something you can start today, right now even, and see immediate results in what you can get making the most from your employees or your team. At Technalink, we believe that the compassionate leader is the leader that will help others to thrive while working towards a larger goal, and there are a few things you can do to get on the path of soulful leadership today. 4 ways to become a compassionate leader today are:
A spiritual leader embarks on something of a spiritual journey the day they decide to lead with compassion rather than control. Aligning yourself empathetically with the vibrations of so many different personalities is challenging at first, but we at Technalink have a secret weapon in the form of Angelite. Angelite is also known as Blue Anhydrite, a mineral discovered in Peru in 1987, and it is said to contain just the spiritual energy to lead you through your spiritual journey and all the growth that entails.
Soulful leadership is all about leading by example, and showing your team that you all have what it takes to take that journey to success. At Technalink, we believe that compassionate leadership begins with a positive and compassionate way to lead, and there is no way that fits this frame more than doing so by example. There are several different ways you can show your team how you lead by example, and we want to break a few of them down for you:
Meditation is known to guide today’s spiritual entrepreneurs on their soulful journeys, but what many don’t realize is that a lot goes on within the body during meditation as well. Whether you’re using prayer beads, loose stones, or nothing at all, your mind, body, and spirit all improve together when you take time to meditate. At Technalink, we believe in the power of mediation for the body as much as we believe in the power for the mind or spirit, and we want you to know just what goes on inside of yourself when you sit down to meditate.
In an office setting, you’re going to run into a myriad of different personalities. One of the most common challenges we’ve found here at Technalink is connecting extroverts and introverts in a way that provides both parties mindful communication guided by soulful leadership. While the extrovert thrives on sharing ideas, speaking openly, and benefitting from the energy of others, the introvert finds this draining and prefers an atmosphere where they can generate their energy on their own. Improving these connections is a big part of the compassionate leader job, as both parties can truly reach their full potential when aligned spiritually with one another.
Your daily habits influence your life dramatically, and we at Technalink know that the daily habits of the spiritual entrepreneur help to impact their lives, their leadership, and their success equally. From the time you wake up, to the time you go to bed at night, how you choose to spend your time throughout the day will either bring positivity or challenges to your journey of compassionate leadership. 3 daily habits of the successful spiritual entrepreneur are:
When looking for meditation beads and stones, you’re going to run into both rough stones and smooth tumbled stones. At Technalink, we consider this a personal choice of preference, but some feel that both smooth stones and rough stones have their own distinct benefits to the success of your spiritual journey. While some swear by the smooth and tumbled variety, others prefer the pure and natural feel of the rough stone surface, believing that they’re meditating with the purest form of the stone, and thereby, the purest form of the earth.
Women in business today face different obstacles than they did 10 years ago, and different obstacles that they’ll face 10 years from now. As women in business overcome obstacles, more always seem to pop up in their place, but it is our job to stay on top of these bumps in the road to ensure a pathway to success. At Techanlink, we know how important it is for today’s women in business to succeed, so we want to break down 5 of the top obstacles facing women today and how you can overcome them using compassionate leadership: