Find Your People


Determine who you want to lead and inspire.


Understand your “Who”. Know who you want to lead and inspire in your life.

Learning Objective:

Definition of People Why it is important to value people in achieving the vision The Value Interaction Relationship Model Team Building for a shared vision Support to share the vision Excerpt from interview with Lisa Chung, Partner Maddocks Lawyers and Chair The Benevolent Society.

Next Step:

Module 5


People are who you interact with as a leader in all areas of your life, not just in work situations A shared vision is how business leaders lead people The Value Interaction Relationship Model shows how people value relationships to themselves, to others and to the world Leading a team to collaborate on a shared vision you need to be respectful and listen to where they are at and to what is important to them Mentoring can assist in giving more support and expertise whilst also building relationships.

General Description:

Reflective questions

Exercise: Module Integration

What is your vision for you? For your organisation? How do you value yourself, the people and the world around you? How do you build relationships, build teams of people? What type of language do you need to use to collaborate with your team? How can you engage them on a shared vision? List three people that you will talk to about your vision and how you are going to get people on board with your vision. Think about who you choose and why, and reflect on whether these people could become Mentors for you or you for them.


Title: Reactions to Change


1. Taking Action

Find Your People Meditation

2. Connecting to Your People

Guided Exercise


People Workbook


Workbook to accompany Module Four

I Am Exercise- retraining the mind


Using the I AM exercise for some positive focus work

Repetitive Speech


Using repetitive speech technique to be clear about who you are and what you stand for

Reactions to Change


Reactions to change exercise

Other Resources