VANCOUVER, British Columbia, March 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- CUTV News today announced Dr. Sydney Scott of The Alchemist Professors is featured in an exclusive sit-down, one-on-one conversation with host Jim Masters.
Studies have shown that 70-80 percent of all workers are disengaged. This disengagement is the result of a crisis in leadership. We need employees who are engaged and leaders who will engage them.
Dr. Sydney Scott is the creator of The Alchemist Professors, a coaching and organizational consulting collective specializing in both personal and organizational change. Dr. Scott uses coaching, consulting and training as a vehicle to educate and transform her clients. She has worked with entrepreneurial leaders for 15 years, helping them turn their dreams into reality.
"Leadership is the magic of working with others," says Dr. Scott. "The leader is within you, but it has to be grown. The answers are hidden in the people you're leading."
According to Dr. Scott, an effective leader creates synergy. In order to have effective, healthy organizational cultures, there has to be effective leadership. In her coaching, Dr. Scott holds her clients accountable for change. If leaders are willing to do the self-learning and the other learning, it is a beautiful journey to follow.
"You can start the leadership journey wherever you are," says Dr. Scott. "All you have to do is respond to the people who report to you in a different way. Effective leadership requires awareness of self and awareness of others. You're not managing them. You're leading them. A good leader doesn't see problems, they see possibilities."
Dr. Scott says it's really about learning to understand self-leading and become great problem solvers.
"I always say the leader is the energy," says Dr. Scott. "People want to be led. They want to be inspired. And they want to be inspired by the 'why.' If we share a common 'why,' you, your values and your thoughts will support where we're all going as an organization."
For more information on The Alchemist Professors, visit www.thealchemistprofessors.com.
SOURCE CUTV News