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Intuition: How do you use it to make decisions?
Our intuition is always lurking. How often does it inform your decision-making as a leader?
I remember the first time I learned about intuition.
I was at a weekend intensive on my way to becoming a certified coach. The instructors gave us a list of coaching skills we would learn. There printed on the list in big block letters was INTUITION.
“This is malarkey.” I thought. “Intuition isn’t real. It’s not something you learn.”
My skepticism was soon turned on its head.
Through a series of exercises, we started practicing and getting in touch with our intuition. Suddenly, I realized how my intuition was guiding me in every conversation. It discreetly told me what question to ask next, when to be quiet, when to go deeper with a client, and so much more.
The more I worked with my intuition, the better I began to understand it. I knew when it was coming up and started to feel physical sensations with my body, a call from within to pay closer attention.
Every since then, intuition has been a key theme I explore with my coaching clients.
All of us have it and as leaders it can be a key pillar for decision-making.
In this minisode, I explain how we can use our intuition at work, what it can look like, and how it’s different from instinct-based leadership.
PS: If you’ve been thinking about getting in touch with me, this is a great opportunity to follow your intuition ;)
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