The Idea of “You-As-Leader”

|The Idea of “You-As-Leader”
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Do you know the answers to these questions?

The idea of “You-As-Leader” is your personal brand. It is what people think of when they see you, or read an email from you, or hear your name. The idea they hold of you affects what they do to support you and your vision. What do you know about your personal brand?
How do you want people to act when they see your name attached to a big idea? Do they behave this way? The idea of You-as-Leader is a powerful one. Do you know what purpose you want it to serve?
Your leadership brand needs to hold its shape as people share it among each other. Otherwise, it becomes diluted or fractionated. What shape is the idea of You-as-Leader across your organization?
The idea of You-As-Leader will be most effective when people understand how they can capitalize on its momentum to achieve their own objectives. Do you make it easy for them to see this alignment?
Other people always see you differently than you see yourself. Understanding these different perspectives will help you understand why others sometimes respond to you in ways that seem illogical. Do you know what these perspectives are?

How I can help

I will work with you or your employees in the following ways:

Define and achieve your vision for yourself.

Typical coaching objectives include:

  • Position yourself for success in a new role.
  • Clarify and strengthen your approach to leadership.
  • Improve communications by looking at yourself through the eyes of others.

Next step: Talk with me about designing a leadership coaching program to fit your preferences, or to set up a complimentary coaching session.

Engage the power of your teams.

Typical workshop or meeting objectives include:

  • Identify and neutralize the “elephants in the room” through honest conversations.
  • Build collaboration efficiency by focusing on the right things in the right ways.
  • Bridge organizational silos through common language and clarified expectations

Next step: Ask me how team coaching can save time and frustration.

Motivate your teams to turn ideas into actions and results.

Typical presentation objectives include:

  • Share lessons learned from research on my book, “Leading Through Ideas.”
  • Reinforce your leadership philosophy through stories and examples.
  • Provide practical tips for increasing the quality of leadership among subordinates.

Next step: Ask me about a practical and motivational presentation to focus your people on your objectives.

Buy the Book Now!

Please contact me to discuss any of the above issues. I will be pleased to provide you with a free copy of my book in return for an interesting conversation. 832 330 2536

Read an excerpt from Chapter 6, “The Idea of You-As-Leader”