Join John Ullmen for an in-depth discussion in this video Encourage personal excellence, part of Executive Leadership.
- Stephen Covey said "A leader is someone who sees…"more potential in others than they see in themselves."…I want you to pause for a moment and make that real.…As you look at the people around you,…one of the things that's on your mind is this,…"Who is each person, truly, at their best?…"What are they most capable of at their most…"motivated, creative, contributing, thriving selves?…"What are their strengths, and how can they…"use them even more effectively?"…Give it a try, look at people and see,…not only what is, but what could be.…
Look at people with a strong motive to find their potential.…That's how the people who are most invested…in our success see us.…It's a great lens through which to look.…It's an executive leadership lens.…Executive leaders need to unleash the full potential…of the people around them, for their current performance,…and their future growth.…You want to be the strongest advocate for your people's…best selves, because if you don't believe in them,…it's harder for them to believe in themselves…
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- 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