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According to CEO and executive coach Daniel Harkavy, effective leadership boils down to just two things: your decisions and influence. Good decisions lead to strong results, which in turn increase your influence. If you get these two things right, your leadership effectiveness improves.
But as all leaders know, it's not that easy, especially in today's fast-paced, complex, and connected environment. To make the best decisions and have maximum impact, you need to see your business from seven perspectives: current reality, long-term vision, strategic bets, the team, the customer, your role, and the outsider.
Drawing upon his 25 years of experience as a successful CEO and executive coach, and including conversations and thinking from more than 20 well-known business and organizational leaders, Daniel Harkavy unpacks a proven framework you can implement for immediate results in your organization's culture and performance. If you're looking to improve your leadership, this book will give you a straightforward framework to do so.
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- Michael C Wright
Good but repetitive
The insights provided by the author were good. I learned some worthwhile approaches that had not occurred to me before despite several years in business fir myself and earlier experience I the corporate arena.
The red, yellow and green light approach to encourage project evaluation was really powerful. Although, as Harkavy notes, it requires an atmosphere of trust within the team, this approach encourages trust at the same time.
But I found that the perspectives seemed inflated beyond what was required to make the point. Most markedly in the outsider perspective. It seems almost self-evident that someone outside the day to day operation of the company would provide a different point of view.
I’m glad to have read it. I learned from it. But I felt I would have gotten the same benefit from a shorter volume.
This book challenged me to the core! It has changed my view of leadership in a new and different way!:)