All leaders have blind-spots (or gaps), which often go undetected for years or decades. Sadly, even when identified, the methods for dealing with them are outdated and ineffective—they need to be hacked.
Mike Myatt, leadership advisor to Fortune 500 CEOs and Boards and author of Hacking Leadership, offers a fresh perspective that makes it easy for leaders to create a roadmap for identifying, refining, developing, and achieving their leadership potential—and creating a more effective business that is financially solvent and professionally desirable.
Take an hour to listen in, as Mike delivers a proven approach to identifying your blind spots and closing leadership gaps. You will gain a sharper perspective on your performance as a leader, learn to challenge your presuppositions about leadership and who you are as a leader, gain deep insights into your perceptual biases and self-imposed limitations, and totally reframe your thinking about what it means to be a leader.
If you enjoyed this video, you may also enjoy our upcoming webinar with Ralph Brandt of RDR Group, as he discuss dealing with incivility and promoting respect at work. A recent study found that 84% of Americans experience some form of incivility — a look, an angry comment, open hostility, and everything in between — on average about 10 times a week. This impacts our brain chemistry and releases cortisol (the fight-or-flight chemical) because we feel threatened, and compromises our ability to think, innovate, and perform well at work. How should we deal with it?
Join Becky Robinson and Ralph Brandt on January 22 at 1 pm (EST) to learn how addressing situations before they get out of control could go a long way in reducing incivility. If we calm our emotions when we overreact and try to think rationally, we strengthen the mature brain, allowing us to respond wisely and with respect. Learn more and register here.