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Motivation and empowerment

During my coaching sessions, a lot of my mentees ask me…


I feel stressed and lack motivation at work due to which my growth has stagnated 😞📉


The reason why most people feel the same is that they don’t feel empowered.


You should only take on a role when you truly feel empowered in it. For example,


To feel empowered as a scrum master or project lead, I need:


  • clear goals

  • support from upper management

  • open communication within the team

  • opportunities for professional growth and

  • a strong sense of autonomy to guide the team toward success


Similarly, you should also feel empowered in every role you take on. If you don't, no worries, I've got you covered.


Here are 3 tips to help you feel empowered at work:


  1. Make sure your role's goals are clear:


🔥 This is about mapping expectations. Ensure that you understand and resonate with the goals expected of you, and determine how you can contribute to organizational success.


✨ Outcome - You'll gain clarity on your goals and be better equipped to meet your manager's expectations.


  1. Build a supportive network:


🔥 Surround yourself with supportive colleagues, mentors, and allies who can offer guidance, advice, and encouragement.


✨ Outcome - A strong support system can boost your confidence and help you navigate challenges in your work.


  1. Develop new skills:


🔥 Continuously develop your skills and knowledge. Also, enhance skills already within your talent pool and fuel your passions!


✨ Outcome - Acquiring new skills can increase your confidence and empower you to take on new challenges and responsibilities.


Remember, empowerment is an ongoing process requiring effort, self-awareness, and perseverance.


Are you ready to empower your work and achieve your goals?


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Let the dragon energy help you achieve your goals 🐉🔥


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