February 2010 Leadership Lessons ezine by Mark Sanborn
The Three R’s of Robust Leadership (Webinar)
by Mark Sanborn
Tuesday February 23, 2010 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM MST
Are you a robust leader?
Leadership is challenging in ordinary times. These aren’t ordinary times; our beliefs, assumptions and business models are being tested. The world is quickly revealing who is “robust” and who isn’t.
Learn how to be a robust leader in this idea packed webinar by Mark Sanborn. You’ll be reminded of timeless truths that may be fallen off your radar, learn new ideas for improving the impact of your efforts and be refreshed as you consider the compelling alternatives available to make you a better leader.
The past 18 months have created challenges for leaders that they’ve not encountered before. Many leaders today are questioning their leadership abilities when they should be rethinking them. This webinar will provide plenty of food for thought and strategies for changing both your thinking and your actions.
Here are some of the key topics Mark will address:
- Leading in the age of the unknowable and the unthinkable.
- 10 questions you can use to rethink your business and leadership
- The two biggest reasons for leadership burnout.
- How to spot potential leadership “crashes” or failures and what to do about them.
- Three things you need to do regularly for personal renewal.
- A new paradigm for leading that is superior to simple proactivity.
- Why – with due respect to Google – Do no evil isn’t enough; character isn’t just the absence of defects.
In Never by Chance, you’ll find:
– The direct link between vision and stakeholder success
– Why a purposeful customer experience is absolutely necessary
– Why you may no longer be relevant to your customers
– How to use your culture as a competitive advantage
– Why intentional leadership matters
There are many things I like about the book, but these two are primary: the authors, all accomplished business people, each contribute their own perspective and insights on key topics and there are case studies of unique companies you’ve most likely not heard about before (Apple Stores being the exception). I’ve been fortunate to work with Western Water Works as Joe has and especially enjoyed that case study.
To learn more, visit: http://engageconsultinggroup.com