Summer creates emotional capacity. You learn your edges and sort out your historical emotional baggage that keeps your rigid or makes you cry easy. You tend and mend the unhealed wounds of childhood. Leading to a greater sense of understanding of self and others . This creates an ability to stay engaged far past when you would have lost it or left. You build emotional resources and cultivate collaboration.
Fall builds your creative resource. You learn to notice and move past biases and barriers in your thinking. The unknown and uncomfortable becomes a trusted ally instead of something you fear. As a leader, you become settled with ambiguity because you know how to mange it and where it leads. This develops the skill to navigate and stay calm in uncertainty - a skill every leader modern needs.
Winter drives understanding of how you support yourself, others, and initiatives. You shed doubt. You gain resources that live in your critical thinking but before were silenced. As a leader, people see you as someone who supports and guides with insight and discernment. You are able to work without being consumed. You become the master of your actions that before was hoped for yet random success.
Spring produces joy. You remember or learn why you chose to be a leader. You remove baggage of who you think you should be and settle into the gifts of who you have become. This translates into skills of being a conscious observer and one who asks disruptive yet powerful questions. You find pleasure in your work and let go of stress. This leads to calmer teams, more empowered employees and peers, and a sense of flow.