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Which of these self-leadership mistakes have you made?

December 20, 2016

Author Anais Nin is quoted as saying, “My ideas usually come not at my desk writing, but in the midst of living.”

Of all the books I’ve written, both Leading YOU™ and its companion book, Would YOU Want to Work for YOU? are the two for which this quote holds most true.

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More than a decade of work and thousands of hours of coaching have brought Leading YOU™ into existence. Packed with real-life Executive Coaching case studies from around the globe, Leading YOU™ reveals the 15 most damaging self-leadership behaviors I regularly see in my coaching practice, and it offers dozens of tips and techniques you can immediate apply to correct or improve these behaviors.

Here are just a few of the self-leadership mistakes and solutions revealed in this book:

 

Top Self-Leadership Mistakes:
Selected Chapter Titles

 

In Leading YOU™,
Learn How to…

Believing You’re a Victim at WorkQuit acting like a victim of your calendar, your time, and “the system”
Not Managing Your MindTake control of powerful mind management techniques to stop limiting behaviors
Underestimating the Significance of Self-Promotion and VisibilityPromote yourself without bragging, to help you gain the visibility you need and get the job you want
Not Knowing How to Influence Without AuthoritySuccessfully influence others even if you don’t have an official title or authority
Struggling with Tough DecisionsMake even the most difficult decisions with ease
Saying “Yes” When You Want to Say “No”Say “no” with calm self-assurance
Failing to Address Conflict When It ArisesManage conflict in a way that strengthens relationships
Getting Stuck in Black-and-White ThinkingAvoid black-and-white thinking and get comfortable living in the grey

And several more key self-leadership topics!

Click here to find out more!

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