Join John Ullmen for an in-depth discussion in this video Leadership with legacy, part of Executive Leadership.
- The famous orchestra conductor Benjamin Zander said … when he was 45 years old, … after conducting for 20 years, … he suddenly had a realization. … The conductor of an orchestra is the one person … who doesn't make a sound. … He depends for his power on the ability … to make other people powerful. … Zander says it was totally life-changing. … He realized his job, his mission as a leader, … was to awaken possibility in other people. … People in his orchestra came up to him and asked, … "Ben, you're different. … "What happened to you?" … What happened was a defining moment for him … and an invitation for all executive leaders … because they're in the same position. … They don't make the music. … They serve the people who do. … The heart of executive leadership is, … in two words, serving others. … If you've come this far in the program, … I know that a commitment to serve is important to you. … When I work with senior leaders, … we zero in on where their commitment to serve comes from …
- 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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