We say we are humanitarians. That we help people.
But would a true humanitarian prioritize results over their team?
This is unfortunately what many of us do.
We say we are too busy to coach or work with developing our teams.
Too busy on proposals or attending meetings that lead nowhere.
We have lost sight of our priorities, and rather than being rewarded for prioritizing our teams and their development, we are focused on growth and reaching more, doing more.
Our teams (and ourselves) are in burnout, and we look for some external change to make it all better.
A change that might not happen - or take a long time to happen.
So why not BE that change yourself?
In this episode I share how you can be the change - how you can be an example of a true humanitarian leader - and inspire those around you to do the same.