WHAT IS NAKED LEADERSHIP?
Being comfortable doing what is uncomfortable
Mastering the 3C’s of Courage – Curiosity, Capabilities and Connection
Standing up, showing up and speaking truth
Naked leadership is the sum of all of the parts – heart + spirit + soul + head+ body wrapped in LOVE
WHO IS NAKED LEADERSHIP FOR?
People Who Have
a Big Mission
Truth Seekers Who Have Unstoppable Courage
Shit Disturbers Who Resonate with People Like Martin Luther King, Erin Brockovich and Anita Roderick
IS NOT FOR EVERYONE
The vast majority of people are not ready to show up fully and do what is uncomfortable.
But for those who are ready, Naked Leadership is a game-changer.
“Carol has a unique ability to ‘tune in’ to her client’s needs to help them create a breakthrough, and an action plan for moving them forward”
WHAT MAKES NAKED
Most leaders today are not really leaders. They follow someone else; they defer to the majority consensus and they buckle under opposition.
They are willing to be bought for a price and are more concerned about their reputation than doing what is right.
Leaders today are like sheep blindly following one another too afraid to question the status quo.
ON THE OTHER HAND:
A Naked Leader is hungry for truth, stands in and for integrity and makes the tough decisions that few are willing to make.
Their decisions are based in love, not fear. They are curious to find the Truth and then have the courage to implement changes that need to be made.
They don’t pretend to know it all. They are open and honest which is one of the strongest and most endearing attributes of a leader.
They will stand alone braving the opposition, while being open to greater truths.
“Carol Metz Murray spoke at our leadership retreat for our annual Total Makeover Challenge. Her openness in her sharing really encouraged the attendees to open up and share.
Her theme of “20 seconds of insane bravery”, opened up the atmosphere in the room, and created a safe pace for everyone to share brave things about themselves, and do brave things in their lives.
One 70-year-old woman shared for the very first time that she was raised in an orphanage; something she had never told, not even her husband. Sharing this was a life-changing breakthrough for this woman.”
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