Many leaders are perceived as competent, confident, and in control. People come to them for support, direction, and advice. As a business owner or leader in your organization, you are expected to have answers. But as human beings, we are not all-knowing. This can lead to self-doubt and Imposter Syndrome. This is why embracing vulnerability and letting your team see you as a human is one step to becoming a great leader.
In this episode of The Alchemy of Business, Alisa Cohn, author, and start-up coach, joins our host, Steve Rodgers, to talk about leadership and what it takes to be a great leader. They talk about the human side of leadership and how to align your intention with the impact you want to have.
Tune into this inspiring episode of The Alchemy of Business show which is not just for business leaders but for everyone who wishes to take charge of their life and help others achieve more.
Connect with Alisa Cohn- https://www.alisacohn.com/
Are you struggling with making the profit you want in your business, finding your purpose, or getting to the next level in your career? Click the link below to book a free consultation call with me, Steve Rodgers, host of The Alchemy of Business Show and former Warren Buffett CEO.”
[4:20] Using time during the pandemic wisely
[10:02] Leadership is an unnatural act
[20:05] Great leaders are people too
[34:02] The debilitating Impostor Syndrome
[38:41] Marrying Intention with Impact
[44:36] Gratitude in everyday
Named the Top Startup Coach in the World at the Thinkers50/Marshall Goldsmith Global Coaches Awards in London, Alisa Cohn has been coaching startup founders to grow into world-class CEOs for nearly 20 years and is the author of From Start-Up to Grown-Up, published by Kogan Page.
A one-time startup CFO, strategy consultant, and current angel investor and advisor, she was named the number one “Global Guru” of startups in 2021 and has worked with startup companies such as Venmo, Etsy, and DraftKings, The Wirecutter, Mack Weldon, and Tory Burch. She has also coached CEOs and C-Suite executives at enterprise clients such as Dell, Hitachi, Sony, IBM, Google, Microsoft, Bloomberg, The New York Times, and Calvin Klein.