Vibrant Women Mindset
Let’s get one thing straight: Vibrant women leaders do not do everything themselves because they know working with others is better.
If you want to be like other successful vibrant women, then you must be the mastermind that knows the power of one plus one equals three.
That is by working together, you can create this synergy that’s more than the sum of the parts.
One of my favorite quotes is the African Proverb, “When spider webs unite they can tie up a lion.”
And I really believe that when we all unite there is power and strength, and we can do anything when we come together.
Where we love together; we’re working it all out together.
There’s strength and value in collaboration, and everybody’s got something to give. Everybody!
It’s up to you, like leading vibrant women, to identify the gifts and talents of each person working on the project, and assign tasks that align with their capabilities.
Vibrant Women Know to Put Their Temper In Check
When you collaborate on projects, people are not always going to do things the way you expect them to be done.
It’s important that you talk to people to find out why something why they do things a certain way, before you getting upset and stressing.
It may be that the person did not know that it should be complete a particular way; so in this case, there needs to be better communication between the two of you.
Another reason may be that the person is shows weakness in their specific tasks or assignments.
If this is the case, don’t be too quick to get an attitude and get all bent out of shape because of their weaknesses.
Well, consider this: When someone’s weaknesses continues to affect productivity, that’s just a reflection of you – the leader – not using your strength identification skills to give them tasks that coincide with their abilities.
Don’t blame them for being stuck doing something that they do not have the skills to do. You’re the one that gave them that assignment, remember?
You need to know how to put people in places that accentuates their strengths, not their weaknesses.
It’s your job to pull out the best in them. They’ve got something to give, you just need to find out what that is, and, in some cases, help them discover it too.
Successful vibrant women leaders know how to do this, and do it well!
It all starts with investing time in getting to know people.
Vibrant Women Know It’s Not Just About Productivity On The Job
You’ve got to really care about the people you work with, and establish relationships.
When you take the time to get to know someone and inspire them to be better versions of themselves, they not only perform for you on a high level, but their personal life improves too.
This positively affects the community (and society) as a whole in many ways, even-though you may not be aware of that.
Relationships matter, family matters, and love is important. You will find joy in love, spirit, and having relationships with folks.
About Dr. Geneva
Dr. Geneva J. Williams is a Master Leadership Strategist & Vibrant Life Architect. She is also the reigning Ms. Black Fit and Fine.
For information on her new course, “The Vibrant Life Blueprint,” go here.
Speaker, Author, Thought-Leader… and I really like this one, vibrant living culture creator; Golden Soror of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and Michigan Women’s Commission Appointee. With more than forty years of expertise in business management and personal development, I also have the distinction of receiving the NAWBO Top Businesswoman Award and the Booker T. Washington Legacy Award.