“How to identify superstars?”

By Georges R. Chakar


The Intimate Interest.

In her third question Mia McTigue-Rodriguez from The 2Y3X Programme she asked me: How do you encourage and support leaders to identify their #Aplayers or #Superstars? What makes a team member a superstar? My answer below, what is yours?

My #Belief: As human beings, we are all born equal. We are all naturally creative, resourceful, and whole, then life happens and people build different perspectives, mindsets, skills, approaches, etc. Some will have the ability to respond, and some to react.

The #Context: Therefore, we all can be A-players if we find interest in what we are doing if our passion is there, hence sometimes an A-player could differ dependent on the context, whereby she/he can be an A-player in one context and at the same time a C-player in another.

The #Aplayers: Therefore, I encourage leaders to identify people with purpose, passion, who love competition and performance, and most importantly who finds an #INTIMATE #INTEREST in what they are recruited for.

Looking to create an A-players team that will take your organization forward to sustainable growth? get in touch on email: georges.chakar@localhost

“Let go of control, delegate, and enjoy the art of observation”

By Georges R. Chakar


In the same interview with Mia McTigue-Rodriguez of The 2Y3X Programme her second question was: Why is #delegation so important? Any words of wisdom for people out there who are stuck trying to do it all? My answer is below, what is yours?

It is all about #leadership… Fostering the culture of #empowerment#responsibility, and #accountability is key to the success of any organization. Therefore much more can be achieved through delegation, such as the speed of concluding a certain initiative, the creative space that expands, the motivation that becomes the synonym to performance, and more. Once the above is achieved, commercial gain and sustainability come organically. This is one of the many aspects that we bring to teams through The 2Y3X Programme.

My advice to stuck leaders who are trying to do it all, I tell them “Control” is a big myth, what Covid-19 created is a big testimony to that. It brought uncertainty, loss of control, and placed the whole of humanity in the most vulnerable situation. I tell them to let go of control, delegate, and enjoy the art of observation and the ability to step in whenever you see you are needed or you can help. I tell them that a delegation is a form of asking for help, therefore ask for help yourselves.

Looking to create a culture that fosters empowerment, responsibility, and accountability? get in touch on email: georges.chakar@localhost

“What does success mean, look, or feel like to you?”

By Georges R. Chakar


In a recent interview with Mia McTigue-Rodriguez from the 2Y3X organisation, she asked me “What does #success mean, look, or feel like to you? Below was my answer, what is yours?”

First, I stated the obvious: Achieving a certain pre-set goal, such as health, relationships, financial, career…

Second, was a reflection: It is #Celebration. I often forget to celebrate small achievements, as I take things for granted. For example, success could simply be being consistent in a morning ritual, looking good, feeling good, having a great family, building a great corporate culture, and the list goes on. If I have been consistent in waking up in the morning around 5 am to do some exercise followed by #meditation and journaling, this is a success. The fact that I am #consistent is a success. Therefore, I should not forget to celebrate small successes because this will lead to big ones.

Third, what it means to me: It is enjoying the journey, learning from failure, trusting to the process, and not just focusing on the outcome. It is when being on #purpose and honoring my #values with everything I am doing. It is Knowing that I Impacted people, communities, corporates positively, and when I receive feedback that I triggered a #transformation in a way or another.

Looking to write your own success? get in touch on email: georges.chakar@localhost


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