Join John Ullmen for an in-depth discussion in this video Communicate to motivate and inspire, 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. … 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 off-hand 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. … There was a study of the Fortune 500 CEOs … that determined a sizeable majority …
- 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
Skill Level Advanced
1. Set a Direction
2. Motivate Commitment
3. Drive for Results
4. Develop Yourself
Leadership with legacy3m 15s
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