Ingrida GelminauskieneBusiness Consultant | Slow Life Enthusiast | Inspiring New Beginnings
In the lives of organizations, I came across different types of managers and leaders. Smart managers are enough to achieve great results, but only a wise leader will be able to make an organization exceptional. Let’s discover the wisdom of leadership together.
About me
More being, less doing. It’s not only the phrase I tend to apply both in my professional as well as personal life, but also words that best describe my philosophy of Slow Living that combines my daily routine, my family, my job, my activities and my hobbies. More than that, it represents the lifestyle I’ve been seeking for years. Today I can proudly state that it has become a reality and will glad to share how to improve work-life balance in your life.   After more than 20 years in leading business positions (10+ of which were in CEO and Chairwoman of the Board roles), I am sure I have the capacity to share my extensive experience with the world by consulting businesses on strategic and various management-related questions and helping others grow. With my former experience as a team and company leader, I also can help entrepreneurs and founders in setting goals and achieving organizational leadership in the unpredictable environment we face today. Business consulting has been part of my professional life for 14 years.   My other passion includes empowering female entrepreneurs to take on business challenges and empowering them in their entrepreneurial journeys that are challenging but full of adventures.   I believe that great results in business can only be achieved with honesty and openness and these are the qualities I value in people the most.   Reach out for Business Consulting, Starting New Business, Leadership and Life-Work Balance Coaching.
Business Consultant | Slow Life Enthusiast | Inspiring New Beginnings
Vilnius, Lithuania
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Ingrida Gelminauskiene on Wise Leader vs. Smart ManagerBusiness Consultant | Slow Life Enthusiast | Inspiring New BeginningsSome time ago
About the magical word “Sorry”. No need to wait and wait for all the processes to finally work out, all the details to stand in their place, all the staff to reincarnate into the best customer experience guru ... Business is a living organism that is constantly changing. And there is a good chance that something bad and unpleasant will happen. It may not solve the issue in principle, but it will certainly alleviate the situation and give a second chance to the already archaic word "Sorry". Just give it a try. You will be surprised. "Sorry" ...

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Henry James Kemp(Very) amateur linguist, carer
A lovely idea, but from the managers I have run across "sorry" is indeed an archaic word and as rare as " You're doing so well we are going to double your salary!"
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Ingrida Gelminauskiene on Wise Leader vs. Smart ManagerBusiness Consultant | Slow Life Enthusiast | Inspiring New BeginningsSome time ago
Over the course of my life, I met many managers who held high positions. But I can identify units as true Leaders. In addition to all the qualities, they all had one thing in common. They did not copy others, did not try to play any role. They were all themselves. So my advice to future Leaders is, "First of all, be yourself, go your own path”.

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Agne NainyteDigital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women Empowerment
Great thoughts ! I really liked your point on authenticity. Last year I have also written a blog post about leadership, check it out if it’s interesting for you: https://nainyte.com/2019/leadership/follow-a-great-leader-to-become-one-in-the-future/
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