Inspired leadership unveiled: Mynoo Maryel’s 7 habits for success

ET Edge Insights sits down with Mynoo Maryel who breathes the mantra of inspiring others through ‘enriching lives’ and ‘restoring dignity”, for an exclusive interview. She is committed to spreading the message of Living an Extraordinary Life, Inspired Leadership, Dignity, and Responsible Businesses witnessing Extraordinary Success! Her work on Inspired Leadership and Full Spectrum Living is what we discuss in this vodcast.

An acclaimed author, Visionary, and Thought Leader, we discuss the seven pillars of Inspired leadership that she teaches and believes in.

Can being an inspired leader be taught? Or does it just come naturally to people? Are people just born with it? She answers these questions and uncovers the Seven Habits of Inspired Leaders in this episode.

Mynoo clearly states that there is a crisp and clear difference between leadership and management and between an inspired leader and a good leader. She feels that the job of a leader is to set up and manage the context- it’s the managers whose job is to develop and deliver content. This is a big difference between good leaders and inspired leaders.

The habit of inspiring leaders includes honoring your own worthiness, and seeing worth in everyone and everything around you. Many of them follow it as part of who they are. Also, they co-exist with all parts of their lives. They handle emergencies head-on and go to steps 1, 2, and so forth, without faltering. They do not delay dealing with it, and there is a step-by-step process that they follow, and they examine and understand what the breakdown is.

Mynoo also states that she found inspired leaders to be extra humble, as they had developed dignity as their foundation. They had developed an innate curiousness about the worthiness of others, regardless of where they are at and doing anything.

Inspired leaders do not get defined by their failure and their success.

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of ET Edge Insights, its management, or its members

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