Are you ready to tap into your unique leadership values and overcome hidden blind spots? Join host Natalie Benamou and Velma Knowles, Chief Energy Officer, leadership coach, human behavioral expert and best-selling author of the book ‘The Valuable Leader’ as they talk about how you can leverage your strengths. This interview reveals all the ways you can accelerate your success by understanding your values.
“I really believe that if you're not learning, you're not growing, and the more you know about yourself, the more you can impact and be of value to others.” – Velma Knowles
“If we could accept the fact that we have talents and gifts, we realize that we bring a unique value. Once we understand that and lean into it, we increase our value, we increase our usefulness because we have more confidence.” – Velma Knowles
“Courage happens as you do it. You find courage in whatever challenge, whatever difficulty is.” – Velma Knowles
Don’t miss this episode to hear about the importance of recognizing blind spots, cultivating courage, and embracing authenticity. During the process of self-reflection, you will grow as a leader and provide value to your team and organization.
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Velma Knowles is the bestselling author of The Valuable Leader, a Leadership Coach, Human Behavioral Expert, and host of Your Leadership Chat podcast. Leveraging over 20 years of experience and science-based research, she helps organizations build a value-driven culture of belonging.
Host Natalie Benamou, is a purpose-driven leader helping organizations and women accelerate growth and amplify their impact in advancing women and improving women’s health outcomes.
Thank you Velma Knowles for helping our listeners identify our blind spots.
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Natalie founded Herpower2, inc. to create products under HerCsuite™ to empower women to make a lasting impact today and into the future. She takes a ‘serve first’ approach to life and has applied this principle throughout her career, serving in leadership positions in business as well as non-profit organizations.
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