Lead Without Drama
For leaders who want more results,
less frustration, and less emotional drama
Is this you?
You relish being a leader, and you’re good at it. You’re known for your smarts and ability to deliver.
But more and more it seems these days that people want you to be their cheerleader and hand-holder-in-chief.
And if you’re not, you’re deemed insufficiently empathetic, cold and uncaring. Some might even go so far as to accuse you of being arrogant, abrasive, maybe even a bully.
But you’re not, you’re just not. You’re not out to get anyone. You just don’t confuse being the boss with trying to be everyone’s best friend.
At the end of the day, after all, business runs on performance and results, not feelings.
If you’re looking for the ways to lead effectively in this new age of sensitivity, without undergoing a personality transplant, losing your edge, or tolerating poor performance, you’re in the right spot.
You don’t need to go all soft. You don’t need to become everyone’s therapist.
You can still focus on performance and results. And be seen as a thoughtful, caring, strong leader you are.
Let’s get you started with a more
nuanced understanding of power.
Let’s get you started with a more nuanced understanding of power.
Most leaders are used to expressing power in one kind of way. But there are actually five different kinds of power. Understand what power really is, and what types of power to yield when, to get the results you want to have.
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