Assessments for Leaders offer the opportunity for personal insight and reflection. A Collaborative Thinking™ Coach can work with you to review your result and identify ways to leverage your new awareness and expand your leadership capacity through increased understanding of self and others. Clients often tell us that the learning they experience through assessments creates meaningful impact and opens them to new ways of being.
Emotional Intelligence 2.0, Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves break emotional intelligence into practical and easy-to-apply concepts including self-awareness, self-management, social-awareness, and social-management. This book also provides a code to a website where you can take a deeper dive and view associated articles, videos and other great learning tools that will help you incorporate this new learning into action.
Good to Great, Jim Collins and his team of researchers provide valuable examples of corporate leaders who turned good companies into great companies. Their formula (Humility + Will = Level 5 leadership) is at the root of their success.
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey’s classic is a ‘must read’ for everyone. This book is so filled with golden nuggets, that I simply cannot summarize it. Trust me! You’ll be happy that you read it.
Quiet Leadership, Six Steps to Transforming Performance at Work, David Rock provides a six-step guide based on leading with the brain. Examples include: focusing on process, accentuating the positive, remembering to stretch, focusing on solutions, and letting others do the thinking. These approaches improve performance, morale and job satisfaction.
“Power Posing: Fake It Until You Make It”, Julia Hanna, September 20, 2010, Harvard Business School-Working Knowledge.