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As a leader and leadership coach who has navigated the storm of abandonment

As a leader and leadership coach who has navigated the storm of abandonment,

the uncertainty of foster care,

and the transformative experience of adoption,

I've come to recognize the avoidant attachment style that these early chapters of my life have entwined into my being.


🐲 Yet, in this very style, I've discovered an untapped reservoir of leadership skills.

Let me take you through a narrative odyssey through the landscapes of attachment styles and their impact on leadership.


❤️‍🔥 This journey is deeply personal, as it mirrors the evolution of my own leadership style, shaped by an avoidant attachment.


Avoidant attachment has often been misunderstood, but in the realm of leadership, I've harnessed its strengths to supercharge my approach.


💪🏿 Independence and self-reliance, the hallmarks of this style, have empowered me to foster innovation and autonomy within my teams.


My natural inclination towards personal responsibility has translated into a leadership that encourages initiative and respects individual boundaries while still pursuing collective excellence.


In my own growth journey, I learned to:


💚 Channel my natural concern for others into supportive leadership actions.


💚 Seek constructive feedback to foster self-awareness and growth.


💚 Develop trust in others’ abilities, allowing me to embrace delegation and shared leadership.


In this carousel, you’ll find a dragon embodying different attachment styles, with narratives and insights leveraging unique attributes.


I invite you to join me in exploring these mythical beasts and uncovering the leadership potential within each style.


🔥 Whether you're a fellow "Lone Wanderer" or your journey resonates with a different dragon, there's a wealth of strength to be found in the skies of our past.


Let's soar together and embrace the leadership styles our life stories have gifted us.




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