Every manager on the move wants to have influence at the top in order to get his or her ideas heard and ultimately acted upon. In Lead Your Boss, recognized leadership guru John Baldoni gives managers new as well as tried and true methods for influencing both their bosses and their peers, and giving senior leaders reasons to follow their lead.
Are leaders born, or made? And what's the single most important quality a real leader should possess? Philosophers and management theorists have endlessly debated-and just as endlessly written about-these subjects for centuries. Finally, here's a book that cuts to the chase. In 68 of the most succinct, no-punches-pulled pages you'll ever read, acclaimed author-speaker-coach John Baldoni maintains that "leadership presence" is a form of communication that can be learned, and then provides the hows and the whys of learning it.
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Taking over the top job, whether it's the CEO of a company or the manager of a department is never easy. When done the right way, it results in inspired leadership; when done the wrong way, it can lead to disaster. To be effective, the people in charge must give their team a reason to believe in their talents and their ability to get people to work together. Great leadership requires decisiveness, authority, conviction, compassion, and, most important, the ability to set the right example.
In Moxie: The Secret to Bold and Gutsy Leadership, author John Baldoni uses concrete, tried-and-true steps to bring out the inner leader in everyone. For management and employees alike, Moxie provides a roadmap to inspire innovation and effective leadership. Whether you're already at the helm of your organization or still looking for a way up the ladder, Moxie is the leadership tool you can't do without.
According to most studies, the number one fear, more than death, is public speaking. Most of this fear happens before a presentation is made. John Baldoni, author of the new book, The Leaders Guide to Speaking with Presence, has some tips that will change your outlook on making a presentation, putting you in control, and making it easier to walk out on that stage.
Guts, gumption, and determination. That is what it takes to be a bold leader, according to author John Baldoni. In his new book, entitled MOXIE: The Secret to Bold and Gutsy Leadership, John discusses how we can all learn to be resilient when faced with difficult times during our careers in order to model a culture of a great succession.
To John Baldoni, leadership doesn't change just because of a bad economy. When leadership is about people, whether it be training the next generation of leaders or just stopping to chat with other employees, that stays the same even during a recession. It is a leader's job to inspire confidence in their people so that they will remain resilient during the hard times and remain in the company when things get better.
In Lead Your Boss, recognized leadership guru John Baldoni gives managers new as well as tried and true methods for influencing both their bosses and their peers, and giving senior leaders reasons to follow their lead.
John Baldoni joins us on Edgewise to discuss his latest book entitled The Leader's Pocket Guide: 101 Indispensable Tools, Tips, Techniques for Any Situation. The book teaches you how to become a more effective leader by focusing on developing yourself, colleagues, and the organization. John explains the importance of critical thinking, self-selection, and presence when connecting with your colleagues and shares the mantras he uses to influence others.
Taking over the top job, whether it’s the CEO of a company or the manager of a department, is never easy. When done the right way, it results in inspired leadership; when done the wrong way, it can lead to disaster. To be effective, the people in charge must give their team a reason to believe in their talents and their ability to get people to work together. In Lead by Example, recognized leadership guru John Baldoni reveals the traits and abilities leaders need to know to inspire others to follow them.