Join John Ullmen for an in-depth discussion in this video Self-awareness, part of Executive Leadership.
- My friend Joy Chen, former deputy mayor of Los Angeles, … got unexpected insight from a mentor … near the end of her MBA program. … She had been preparing for a career … in real estate investment, … but a mentor said she was a B plus at that skill, … surrounded by others who were As. … Deep down, she knew it was true. … She did fine, though she worked very hard at subjects … that came much more easily to others in the program, … but she hadn't confronted … that career implication so bluntly. … Was all that time, money, and effort for nothing? … Was her entire career a waste? … He said, "No, it's good news for you to hear this now. … "Real estate is a B plus strength for you. … "You need to use your A strengths, and I know your best one. … "You can connect genuinely with anyone, … "a CEO, a homeless person, people from different countries … "and political parties, anyone. … "Joy, you're a connector. … "You really want to learn about people, … "and you do it better than anyone I know." …
- 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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