Leading Through Your Ears

Listening has become a lost art. In today's business setting, far too many leaders opted to make a rash decision often followed by a statement of what led to that decision. However, true leaders understand the importance of communication and the listening procedure as the largest part of that process. Listening is the first step in becoming a great communicator; therefore, a good communicator must possess the skill of effective listening. Great leaders do not avoid this process they actively pursue listening a leadership principle. You will find the process detailed in this resource.


Emancipating the Leader Within You

Good leaders use information, logic, and principles to guide their decisions. The driving force behind their adjustments will always be for the betterment of the organization. The cause for change will come from within and not from the experience of what they are involved in. In other words, change occurs when necessary to accomplish a specific goal. Any change means that the leader thinks ahead and senses what would work best for the overall good of the organization.


Building and Sustaining Rapport

Purchasing this resource will help you to understand that rapport is a principle of communication. How well one communicates with others often times will determine their success rate. As a leader, one must effectively communicate in order to capture the mind and hearts of their people.


Developing Subordinate Leaders

This resource contains an approach on how to concentrate on self-development,while simultaneously developing followers. Remember, the success of a leader is duplicated in their followers.


A Time to Lead


The 4C’s of Leadership

Contained in this resource is a breakdown of the 4C's (character, competence, courage, and candor) as well as how to use them properly.


The 4P’s of Leadership

Contained in this resource is information that allows all levels of leaders to enhance their technical abilities and build a technical system of operation while simultaneously developing subordinate leaders.


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