HEART-Level Leadership Awards 2022

 

Let’s get back to the HEART of Leadership!

We are thrilled to bring back the HEART-Level Leadership Award to the CTLF Community!

Join us as we begin the search towards selecting and honoring a fellow-member.

2019 HEART-Level Leadership Award Winner:

Diane Zile,
CEO & Founder, JERA Partnerships

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“The promise of Success Earned…connecting people with PASSION, leaders with COURAGE, teams with PURPOSE and organizations with TRIUMPH.” – Diane Zile

What does it mean to be a HEART-level leader?

We believe that HEART-level leaders are the embodiment of key attributes at the intersection of creating vision and holding space for others. These leaders commit to generous intentional service to others. They create bold strategic pursuits that strengthen their community and are innovators of ideas that bring change. HEART-level leaders are  authentic and vulnerable in their leadership and participate in the continuous pursuit of personal growth and humility.

Nominate a HEART-level Leader

Help us give well deserved recognition to a CTLF Member who personifies all aspects of being a HEART-level Leader.

NOMINATIONS ARE CLOSED!! 

Check-out CTLF's HEART-level leadership blogs!

The Five Values at the Heart of all we do

HUMBLE

When we are humble, we move beyond our own egos and approach others with a sense of true humanity. Our self-awareness enables us to continually grow.

ENGAGED

We deeply engage our peers, teams, and employees with intention, approaching each person as an individual— listening, understanding, connecting.

AUTHENTIC

For real. It’s not just a common phrase, it’s how we live. Authenticity becomes the baseline for how we show up and interact with others.

REGENERATIVE

We create abundant and resilient outcomes by designing healthly roles for ourselves and others. Health and well-being are standards for how we achieve success.

TOGETHERNESS

We are all part of a community and we rely on each other. Business and life work better when we invest in relationships and have fun together.

Questions?

Contact the CTLF Team at engage@ctlf.org.