"The pessimist complains about the wind. The optimist expects it to change. The leader adjusts the sails.” -John Maxwell
Are you someone who's making notable impact running your own business, having a senior position in an organization or being a leader in your community?
You know that as a leader you have a blind spot. You probably cannot put a finger on exactly what it is, but your questions and sentiments sound like one or more of following in these two categories:
The Leader's Leap Method is an inquiry based process that
While through out our life we're taught how to acquire subject matter knowledge, get up to speed with new technologies and even manage people, we don't get educated about how to align our lives to our values and how our values could be a jumping board to our realizing our potential.
Your values are key to our experience of fulfillment and satisfaction.
And also they serve as the foundation of how you
- align with the mission of the organization you lead or a part of
- articulate and engage others in your vision and goals
- craft a path for yourself as a leader.
This is why we developed The Leader's Leap Method.
Hello, I am Misha. After years of fruitful corporate career, I now focus purely on activities that make a difference for others and spark joy in my heart. One of those projects is The Career Leap.
For the past twenty years, I was deeply immersed into both the material world and spiritual realm. Now, I bring both these paradigms together to empower people and organizations.
Untill recently, I was a partner at a "Big Four" management consulting & accounting firm, where I spent 15 glorious years. I managed $100M+ worth of projects; navigated dozens of corporate cultures; advised hundreds of clients; built countless number of strategies, processes and systems; and managed and guided the careers of hundreds of professionals.
Additionally, I was the partner in charge of the Flexibility & Work-Life Balance initiative that created significant quantifiable and recognized impact for our employees.
While managing a demanding consultant career, I released a music album of my original songs "Are We Ready" (under Misha Lyuve), developed a jewelry line, wrote a blog, traveled the world, adopted three kids, and expressed my passion for causes affecting children as a board member of Worldwide Orphans.
"Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage you can't practice any other virtue consistently. You can practice any virtue erratically, but nothing consistently without courage."
~ Maya Angelous