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Ready to start Hacking Leadership? Here is a sample chapter from Mike Myatt's new book. Take a look!
A fantastic, must read book by one of America's most successful leaders. Grab a copy today.
Good leadership insights from an experienced coach.
don't focus on best practices, but next practices; with pithy advices like these, Mike had me hooked over from the word go. A definitive and much needed read - looking fwd to reading the full book- the excerpt was a great appetizer!!
Each month we’ll pose a career-related question to one of ASTD’s Career Center Coaches. This month’s coach is Marshall Brown, PCC, Founder and CEO of Marshall Brown & Associates.
Thank you Lisa for sharing this article!
Excellent tips in this article!!!
I particularly agree that elevator speeches shouldn't be long and boring. They come out naturally and different each time.
I like the fact that Marshall advises everyone to start wtih the value or benefit you bring....dont' just say I have been a controller for 20 years.
I recently met with an amazing Project Manager who started wtih....Besides specializing in Project Management -- what I actually do is Herd cats!
Would anyone like to share their Headline of your elevator speech?
Make it a great day!
Stop thinking about your tasks and start talking about your vision.
Authentic communication – can you fake it ‘til you make it? | Great stories, inspiring storytellers. (How can we build confidence when we speak without having to 'fake it'?
RT @elearningpros: How 12 Inspiring People Rose to Leadership ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning http://t.co/xKwzJVcuX1 via @medk…
Very inspiring !
Be deliberate in your leadership prototype design. Test it across many contexts. Find the weak spots. Make them stronger. Test some more. Acknowledge flaws. Learn. Grow.
Great scoop Don! I love this post by Karin Hurt because it asks us to be deliberate about our leadership and provides a creative model to help us do just that! Very creative!
From the post:
But, what’s your ideal leadership prototype?
What are you working on becoming?
Not some textbook leadership prototype, or what someone else wants you to be.
~Build your prototype of your leadership at it’s very best.~
You’ve just been promoted into one of your organization’s Big Jobs. Now you’ve got an impressive office, a hefty budget and vast expectations about how you will lead dozens or even
People are drawn to and influenced by leaders who communicate authentically, easily and effectively. How do you become one of these leaders? You need to have a "signature voice"—a means of self-expression that is uniquely and distinctly your own.
Game changers come from all over the world, even remote Indian villages.
Some leaders have a special talent for creating hostile workplaces teeming with uninspired and miserable employees just waiting for the day to end. Why does