Join John Ullmen for an in-depth discussion in this video Communicate to motivate, part of Executive Leadership.
- A recent study in Harvard Business Review concluded…to thrive as a C-level executive…an individual needs to be a great communicator,…a collaborator, and a strategic thinker.…We covered collaborating and strategic thinking.…When it comes to executive leadership communication,…here's a principle I want you to prioritize.…Communicate to motivate.…One of the things new CEOs report…being most surprised about in their role…is how everything they say counts.…People around them are prone to take…offhand comments as directions.…
This happens as you rise through the ranks.…The more responsibility you have,…the more consequences come from everything you say.…When you speak as an executive,…take a cue from a famous part…of the Hippocratic oath that physicians take.…First, do no harm.…Be thoughtful and intentional about what you say.…Don't let words fly out of your mouth…that will do damage to your team,…your organization, or your reputation.…Don't communicate to demotivate.…A few years ago, I ran a session for an aerospace leader…
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- Understanding the four disciplines of executive leadership
- Thinking strategically
- Creating shared purpose
- Inspiring confidence—even under pressure
- Motivating and communicating
- Establishing priorities and focus
- Leading change
- Developing yourself<br><br>
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