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Great Leaders Are Confident,Connected,Committed, Courageous, and Authentic

We all have the capacity to inspire and empower others. But we must first be willing to devote ourselves to our personal growth and development as leaders.

Do you have a growth mindset?

Leaders demonstrate passion

Over the past years, people have developed a deep distrust of leaders. It is increasingly evident that we need new kinds of leaders in the twenty-first century. Leaders who would demonstrate a passion for their purpose, practice their values consistently, and lead with their hearts as well as their heads. Leaders who will establish long-term, meaningful relationships and have the self-discipline to get results. Leadership is communal, holistic and accretive. A fancy title doesn’t put you above others — it puts you in their service.

Books Coming Up

The Book That helps you surpass crucibles..

This book organically helped in the creation of World Leaders Forum & Honors. In this book, Dr. Princess C. H. E, PhD dives deep into leadership crucibles and fight for Inclusion. In every chapter, Dr. Princess C. H. E, PhD adds personal inspiring stories based on actual happenings that she encounters as she strived to be a leader. She used what has happened to her to unlock the truths that encompasses more than her own life. Through her “renderings of lifetime fighting defeat”, Dr. Princess C. H. E, PhD establishes the extraordinary.In the book, Dr. Princess C. H. E, PhD lays out what she describes are “10 Attributes of an Authentic Leader”. In this book are stories that are heartfelt, and relatable. Covers topics such as overcoming adversity, going after your dreams, owning who you are, turning your pain into power, and striving to become the best version of yourself possible. Halliday makes the charge that women should strive to negotiate for themselves and men should be open to receiving women who would negotiate for themselves and not view them as being “over ambitious”. At the end of the day, Not Afraid to Lead provides an example of how to soldier on and change narratives when faced with every obstacles that tries to bring you down, helping you stay true as a Leader.

What does empowering others mean to you?