Multipliers — How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter | with Liz Wiseman

Are you a genius or a genius-maker? We’ve all had experience with two dramatically different types of leaders. The first type drains intelligence, energy, and capability from the people around them and always needs to be the smartest person in the room. These are the idea killers, the energy sappers, the diminishers of talent and commitment.

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How to Find Your Authentic Voice | with Joshua Spodek

To lead and influence others, whether as a workplace leader or as a thought leader, you need to develop an authentic voice. For example, let’s say you are a CEO delivering a speech to your employees, or a functional VP writing an email to your staff, or a department head presenting recommendations to the C-Suite. When you speak or write, are you clear? Are you true to your values, passions, and personality? Are you representing the real you, and do people understand and trust you? Are you effective not only in prepared communications, but when you speak “off the cuff” or extemporaneously?

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Don’t Just Lead — 3 Ways to ENGAGE

In the 21st century, those who are changing the world aren’t just leaders; they’re engagers.

Managers and leaders try to get others to do what is needed. Engagers create conditions and cultivate a team that is fully energized to achieve the organization’s purpose.

Managers and leaders see themselves as the magic. Engagers see the team as the magic.

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The Coaching Habit – Say Less, Ask More | with Michael Bungay Stanier

What if coaching could become a regular, informal part of your day so you and your team could work less hard and have more impact? That’s the promise Michael Bungay Stanier makes in his latest book, The Coaching Habit.

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Stand Out – How to Be a Thought Leader | with Dorie Clark

Many people in the business world believe that working hard will be enough to move their career forward. But whether you’re trying to advance inside a large organization, or you’re an entrepreneur hoping to make a difference in your community or the global economy, you need to become recognized as an authority in your field.

Making that happen is not a matter of self-promotion, but being generous with your unique perspective and knowledge, in a way that inspires others to listen and even take action. As a result you have a bigger opportunity to change the world for the better while also giving you the ultimate job insurance. But becoming a “thought leader” seems like a mysterious process.

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