Quick Leadership Reads for you and your team - selected articles
Learning and supporting others in their learning is key to effective leadership in a world where entire industries transform in a few short years. Continuous learning is essential to leadership in today’s world.
From GREY, the lifestyle journal
Excited about that promotion, or new opportunity? Yet, you’ve heard some things and feel something nagging at you. Pay attention! Sometimes that great new role is not what it seems. Are you getting on a career success rocket ship, or entering the Twilight Zone?
What if getting to that next level in your career, your life was about increasing your aliveness? These three practices will support you with that. Jackie wrote this for GREY.
From CIO Magazine
Jackie Sloane was interviewed and quoted on the importance of developing relationships with other leaders, including learning what matters to them, asking more questions to better understand requests and what the underlying issue is, as well as sharing your thinking, so they better understand why you may need to say "no," and respect you for it.
From Fast Company
Jackie Sloane Interview -- Career advancement is fraught with highs and lows. Jackie Sloane was interviewed by Fast Company on what to do when you're passed over for a promotion.
From the Executive Coach column of Executive Travel, an American Express/Time Inc. publication
Executive presence compels others to listen and act. The lack of it can hold you back professionally. Could yours work better for you?
A new leadership role can be thrilling, career-making, transformative -- and utterly disorienting and disastrous. How can you plan for uncertainty and the unexpected?
Could developing your coaching skills improve your results as a leader?
Collaborate with those who have the power to determine your destiny and transform what's possible
Underestimate the power of curiosity and compassion at your own peril
"I don't do politics" is not an effective strategy
How to set goals for yourself and others that propel you to new levels of accomplishment
Build bench strength dealing with daily leadership challenges.
As the economic recovery builds are you at risk of losing your top talent?
What we say and do impacts who we are and what we can produce
Practices, structures, what you say and don't say can define what is and is not possible in an organization
From Leadership in Action, a Center for Creative Leadership publication
How important are relationships to effective leadership? Read what several leaders say about it.
Versions of these first appeared on The Catalyst Ranch blog
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