10 Thought Provoking Questions to Grow Your Leadership in Life & Work! | by Fran Fisher, MCC March 28, 2018 Reading Time: 2 min 45 sec Share24Tweet6SharePin535 SharesThe following self-reflective questions exercise may offer new perspectives on how you see your leadership contributing in your life and work. How do you see yourself as a leader in your coaching work? Who do you want to be as a leader? Getting clear on the answers to these questions will help you embody and bring more leadership into your life. And as you answer the questions below, take a moment to notice how you feel. If you feel inspired to explore the questions more, these questions make fabulous journal prompts - so grab your journal and write a few sentences! Get these questions as a .pdf you can print here >> 10 Reflective Questions to Grow Your Leadership in Life and Work! 1. Do I feel I have the potential to achieve far more than I am today? YES NO SOMEWHAT 2. Do I sense a greater purpose for my life, and yet I don't know what it is? YES NO SOMEWHAT 3. Do I have a vision of a better world, or a better workplace, and yet can't seem to make an impact that fulfills my vision? YES NO SOMEWHAT 4. Do I know deep down that I am being called to make a significant contribution to humanity, but I don't have the confidence to answer the call? YES NO SOMEWHAT 5. Do I feel I am stuck in circumstances that are holding me back from living my passion or fulfilling your dream? YES NO SOMEWHAT 6. Do I feel there is never enough time or money to do what I most love to do? YES NO SOMEWHAT 7. Am I ready to take a huge leap of faith, like Indiana Jones stepping out over that enormous chasm, going for the Holy Grail, and I just need someone to give me permission or encouragement? YES NO SOMEWHAT 8. Do people consider me a leader and look to me for guidance and modeling, yet I hold back from standing in my leadership? YES NO SOMEWHAT 9. Have I been a leader all my life, president of every club, chair of every committee, yet in these times of profound change I am uncertain how to be an effective leader? YES NO SOMEWHAT 10. Am I ready to design a NEW STORY for my life? YES NO SOMEWHAT Get these questions as a .pdf you can print here >> Reflective Questions Wrap-up How did you feel with these questions? What did they stir within you? Excitement, fear, curiosity, enthusiasm, courage, hope, optimism, creativity, possibility, boldness, aliveness, confidence, confirmation? Or something else? The world wants your leadership. What is your next BOLD step? Set one action to grow your leadership today! If you enjoyed this post from Fran, check out our Reader Discounts, Benefits & Bonuses Page for a 50% off (time-sensitive offer to the end of June 2018) from Fran to learn and further develop your coaching skills with your own "Portable Mentor"! Fran is also co-leading The (2nd Annual) Essence of Mastery Summit starting April 17th Learn more & Register here >> Contributing Author: Fran Fisher, Master Certified Coach, MCC. is a champion for the power of coaching and its transformational impact in the world. She is one of the pioneers of the coaching profession and a founding executive board member of the ICF. She specializes in coaching and mentoring coaches at all levels of experience. Connect with Fran on LinkedIn, Facebook and learn more about her free resources for coaches at www.franfishercoach.com. If this article resonates with you, you'll love Fran's NEW book: Calling Forth Greatness, Seven Coaching Wisdoms for Transforming Your Life, available here on Amazon in both Kindle and Paperback formats. If you liked this article on developing leadership, you may also like: 6 Zen Principles to Be a Highly Masterful Coach! | By Fran Fisher, MCC How to Use Group Coaching To Enhance Leadership Development | By Jennifer Britton 7 Ways You can Help Leaders Enhance Their Confidence | By Delaney Tosh Categories: Coaching, Coaching Questions, Coaching Tools & Exercises, Guest Author, Journaling, Leadership, Leadership Coaching, Question Sets, Raising Awareness, Running a Coaching Practice, Self-Management Image of Hands writing in journal with coffee and croissant by Free-Photos via Pixabay Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.