Being a more effective leader

Ever notice that the higher up you go in the organization, your success does not depend on your brilliant knowledge of something.  Rather a higher priority is placed on how you select and develop people around you.

If you’re set on progressing your career, you’ve go to commit yourself to a course of personal development.

5 Key insights from famous Executive Coach Marshall Goldsmith include:

 1.  Don’t fall into the superstition trap

  2.  Technical chops aren’t enough for leaders

  3.  Your effectiveness as a leader is based on others perception of you

  4.  Listening to what other people say is the most important skill for a leader to develop

  5.  You need to pick and choose your areas of improvement

You can read more about this from an article in Business Insider, Aug 2016
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Hope you enjoy it.

     Steve Brody