You continue to let me know how useful you’re finding my Leadership Bulletins. Thank you .
This time last year readers of the “2011 Greatest Hits” bulletin found it really worthwhile, so I’m repeating the process this year. I’ve listed the seven 2012 bulletins that elicited the highest number of positive comments about how they “hit the mark” for leaders.
To check out these essential leadership practices and behaviours, click the links that interest you…
Top Seven Leadership Bulletins Of 2012
Yikes, You’re Urging Me To Disclose How I’m Feeling So I’ll Be A More Effective Leader?
If you’re apprehensive about disclosing your feelings, you’re certainly not alone—however that doesn’t mean that not disclosing your relevant feelings is good for you, for your relationships or for your career.
I Like Me More When I’m Around You
It’s truly a humungous compliment when someone thinks this about you—and the positive impacts of creating the sort of relationships that generate this thinking are huge for you as a leader.
Candid Feedback Would Help You Be A Better Leader, Right?
Way too many leaders are hindered because they haven’t received useful, succinct, granular feedback about their leadership behaviours. Without candid feedback you could be swimming against the tide!
Are Your Communication Habits Good For Productivity?
Are you sometimes inclined to push your thinking onto a team member, jump in too quickly with your ideas or not care a whole lot about understanding their thinking? Even some of the most senior leaders would benefit from reviewing their communication habits.
You Can Eliminate 99% Of Your Conflicts!
This bulletin discusses why 99% of your conflicts occur—and gives you an easy-to-implement way to turn things around and prevent conflict from showing up.
How To Get Your Team Really Humming
Some teams hum along really well and deliver impressive results. And some stumble and don’t produce nearly as much as they could. Find out why in this Leadership Bulletin.
Great Leaders Are Like Great Conductors
Just like how great conductors support their musicians from their podium which is outside the orchestra pit, great leaders don’t climb into the “orchestra pit” and deep-dive into projects they’ve delegated.
Your Leadership Call to Action
Your next Leadership Bulletin will arrive in your inbox mid-January.
Until then, enjoy these 2012 publications and do whatever you need to do to have a fulfilling Christmas, a cheery New Year and an immensely satisfying start to 2013 .
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Carolyn Stevens has worked with leaders for more than 25-years—hundreds of them.
She’s supported leader after leader (including those who previously struggled to confront the difficult, let alone persuasively deal with the it) flourish—and become confident, courageous and impressively influential.
Carolyn is authentic and results-oriented. She draws on an eclectic array of approaches, tools and techniques to suit the situation.