Rick Broniec, MEd.
If you’re missing passion in your life and work, if your leadership seems blah and ineffective and if you’ve lost your way and seem to have no purpose or joy in your work, then this book is for you! “A Passionate Life: Seven Steps for Reclaiming Your Passion, Purpose and Joy” (Available in book and e-book formats on Amazon.com) powerfully shares Rick’s seven proven steps to reclaim your passion, your purpose and your joy. Enliven and deepen your leadership by tapping into your own well of passion and purpose.
Guest Blog Post
I have had the pleasure of working as a Leadership Trainer for over 20 years now. It has been a joy to work with men and women who commit to developing, growing and deepening their leadership. I’d like to share a few thoughts today about what I’ve learned about good, effective leadership.
Here are some of the “Best Practices” I have discovered on my leadership journey. I teach these practices and use them myself in my work and personal life.
A. Create a Court of Support: So often, we are isolated as leaders and lack useful, honest support. I have learned to combat this tendency by purposefully creating a Court of Support. I ask 3-5 people to be on my court and to play certain specific roles. I choose these people carefully, based on their qualities and my experience of them as people and leaders.
About the Author
Rick Broniec, MEd. is a professional Keynote speaker, writer, coach and transformational workshop facilitator. He is an active member of the National Speakers Association. Rick taught International Baccalaureate Chemistry in an urban public high school for 35 years and is recognized as a “Master Teacher” through entry in the SE Wisconsin Educator’s Hall of Fame. Rick has been honored with a number of national awards, including The Presidential Award for Excellence (from President Ronald Reagan), the Kohl Award and the Tandy Award.
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