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Executive Coaching: Developing Business Leadership With Seven Simple Truths Posted By: Michael Shelton If you want to motivate others you must be able to motivate yourself, right? Leadership is about developing qualities in oneself that inspire others to follow. We inspire others to follow when we confidently lead from a source of strength and knowledge. So I began jotting down organizational management quotes and notes that resonated with me. Each day I read these I’m reminded of what moves me to action and why I’m driven to be excellent for my clients. Here are seven leadership truths that can help you become a better business leader: 1. Unwrap the Present: There is something in your life that is a gift to you. What do you receive with gratitude and reverence and guard with diligence? Focus on that person or thing throughout the day. 2. Seek to Know: One of the greatest professional qualities is an awareness that you know what you don’t know. Fill the gaps in your knowledge base by seeking to understand other people, things and places. Your superiors, peers and followers will appreciate your humility. 3. Be an Ambassador: We all got to where we are with the help of coaching executive services leadership organizational management business coaching Mindset Determines Behavior Posted By: Mindy Hall What’s a mindset? It’s a way of looking at the world, at a situation, or at ourselves. It’s a set of assumptions that guides our actions. For example, a mindset in the US that electricity is a relatively cheap, abundant, safe, and reliable resource leads us to reach for a light switch when we walk into a dark room. It’s often an unconscious act, based on a set of learned assumptions. Changing any part of that mindset may lead us to different behavior: someone considering the impact of their electrical use on the environment would be more likely to pause and consider whether a light was necessary. Mindsets aren’t inherently good or bad, but are a necessary part of how we get through our day. Without mindsets to help speed decision-making, we would get far less done. Our mindsets hold great power, in that what we feel we can influence strongly affects what we actually do influence. It’s an idea that we try to instill in our children. Think of "The Little Engine That Could" ("I think I can!") or the song "High Hopes" ("Everyone knows an ant can’t move a rubber tree plant…").cultivating leaders developing business leadership executive development leadership development use of self intentional leadership mindset cultivating leaders Positional & Personal Power Posted By: Mindy Hall There are two kinds of leadership power in organizations: positional power and personal power. The people with positional power are the ones with titles: CEO, Vice President, Director, Manager, etc. Others in the organization may not have titles, but have the charisma, relationships, and influence that draw others to them and help them get things done: they’ve got personal power. When someone has both it’s a wonderful blend, but too often the two exist independently. Understanding where you fall on each spectrum is crucial if you hope to proactively manage how others perceive you as a leader. A good friend of mine, for example, is a Vice President at a pharmaceutical company. Making the leap to that level in the organization, however, took some adjustment. After one of her first meetings in the new role, she called me and said, "I think I blew it." As a director in her previous company, part of her style was to think out loud. At the time, it was something her peers welcomed; they could share ideas, build on one another’s thoughts, and come up with something better than any of them would have on their own.cultivating leaders developing business leadership executive development leadership development use of self intentional leadership positional po cultivating leaders How To Choose Your Executive Coach? Posted By: Hemant Karandikar Executive coaching is a very powerful method of developing business leadership. There are a lot of leadership courses out there in the market. Many bear marque names of Ivy League business schools. Typically, leadership courses consist of some theory or concepts, case studies, and group discussions. The leadership courses revolve around the brand of a famous B-school or some charismatic speaker. If you have attended such leadership courses, you will remember feeling good about the intellectual stimulation and networking. But other than carrying the heavy course material nothing really happens in your actual work. The so called investment does not give any other returns. Executive Coaching, on the other hand, centers around the learner on the job. An executive coach helps the learner in identifying key areas of focus and helps in developing an action plan. Executive Coaching deals with the person, the job challenges, and the skills needed. Therefore executive coaching is very effective in developing leadership skills. The question is how to select a good executive coach? This series deals with this crucial question. This attribute is quite easy to miss -your executive coach must have integrity! I know, integrity is a minimum requirement in every profession.Leadership Development Leadership Coaching Leadership Development Programs Leadership Mentoring Leadership Skill Training Online Leadership Train Leadership Development 相关的主题文章: