Day 16: Nourish Yourself with Feedback
By: Sonia Di Maulo, Founder and Lead Feedback Enthusiast
Being an compelling leader means opening the door and letting the REAL YOU shine.
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For the history of why I started the Challenge and the full list, visit Day 1: Open the Door, then Let YOU Out!
Day 16: Food
Food is the source of life.
We eat to survive.
The food choices we make often have an impact on the life we lead, and how happy and fit we are.
Today was McDonald’s for lunch. We rarely eat it so it’s a real treat. I chose wisely and had a salad.
As leaders, we often have to choose nourishment wisely.
Dealing with emergencies, employee issues, our ever-increasing to-do list brings us down.
So my advice to you, ask for feedback (the good, the bad, the ugly)… and you will see balance restored.
Your openness to receiving feedback and how you use it will send important messages to your team… the most important one: you are ready to learn, adapt and improve personally and for the benefit of the team.
That is leadership.
BONUS: McDonald’s is a global organization. One that most know and recognize no matter where you are in the world. At least that is what this new commercial implies. As a big fan of Non-Verbal Body Language, I appreciate this commercial. How well are you understood by your people? Is your personal brand recognizable and accepted?
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