How to Lead When They Are All So Damn Judgmental
Everyone’s judgmental at one time or another, but we can learn to better handle criticism and negative attitudes. As we shift from being reactive to being able to respond more thoughtfully, we can live and lead more consciously, with more grace, empathy, and wisdom.
In This Video
In this video, we explore the challenges of being judged and how to shift from being reactive to living and leading consciously. When we feel judged, our instinct may be to defend ourselves, but this often leads to negative consequences for both ourselves and those around us.
By understanding the steps that trigger our reactions, we can learn to listen and respond thoughtfully, separating others' judgments from our own unresolved pain. This enables us to receive feedback as valuable insights for personal growth and leadership development.
Embracing a neutral space and recognizing that others' opinions are about them, not our whole being, empowers us to lead with clarity, wisdom, and compassion.
- What drives you to become defensive when receiving criticism?
- What is it within you that allows you to be at your best when receiving criticism?
00:47 Reacting Poorly to Judgment
01:38 Modeling Reactive Leadership for Our Teams?
02:40 Uncovering What Triggers Us
03:07 The Exact Moment We Go into Reaction
05:19 Key: Healing Wounds that Impair Leadership
06:02 Receiving Feedback without Taking it Personally
07:12 Evolving from Pearls of Wisdom Shared
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