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Inspire and Empower

Hannah Loudoun, Head of Primary at Rainbow International School Uganda, will be delivering this exciting webinar.

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader”
(John Quincy Adams)

This webinar is not directly about leadership, and more about inspiring and empowering others. Anybody who has people who depend on them is a leader. We have leaders by titles and we have nominated leaders, with no title, maybe even no choice. Your title does not define you, your actions do.

Inspire and Empower: Those two words hold their own meaning yet share similarities. They are positive, they can be done for self or others, and each requires action. Each word generates a thought that usually makes you smile or makes you feel good about yourself and or others……

Inspiring others is not a skill that most people are born with. It is cultivated over time as ‘leaders’ develop, mature and grow. Inspiration is about more than just praising others. It is how leaders motivate, recognize and reward the contributions of their people, and how they help their people grow.

Empowering others is using spark from the inspiration and “putting power into” them as individuals or groups. Enabling colleagues to believe in themselves and their ability to achieve something that may have previously been unattainable.

In this session you will learn about:

- Inspiring vs Empowering
- Reflection
- Inspire
- Empower
- Balance (Do you need to stop empowering and start inspiring? Or do you need to stop inspiring and start empowering?)