Fantastic Leadership Resource Summary – 3/10/17

Welcome to the Fantastic Leadership Resource Summary! 

This week’s summary includes:  Resiliency for Leaders, demonstrating consistent leadership, asking the right questions, motivating people, creating plans, conversations and online presence for networking


Articles/Ted Talks/Quotes

  • 4 Ways to Increase Your Resiliency as a Leader  via @ccldotorg
    • A common myth is that the way to deal with the pressures of middle and senior management is working harder. We like to think that extending work hours and multi-tasking are ways to be more effective at work.   The truth is, this thinking is flawed.
  • Uncommon Leadership by Steve Keating. Uncommon Leadership
    • Never assume that a leadership position makes you a leader. A leadership position doesn’t come with the right to lead, that must be earned by demonstrating consistent leadership skills.
  • Asking the Right Questions Often Leads to the Best Answer  by Frank Sesno 
    • BEING A LEADER often means making far-reaching decisions that require major investments of time, resources, and energy. Complete certainty is seldom possible
  • “People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.” – @DaleCarnegie


My Leadership Posts from this week:

  • Monday Morning Leadership Q&A – 3/6/17
    •  “My manager told me that I need to be more visible in our organization.  I don’t like to brag about myself, so how do I change that perception?”
  • How Can I Be Intentional About Networking?
    • Put together an intentional plan for your next networking event
  • What Are The Best Practices For A Networking Conversation?
    • Plan out your introductions, key questions to ask and how to follow up
  • Do You Want to Get Better at Networking Online?
    • Using key social media sites to build and expand your network


My Podcast appearances that launched this week:

Choices 4 Women Podcast with Nancy Mueller – This podcast brings on guests who share stories of their own journey and how they help other women to be successful.  Nancy is full of energy and is truly living a life that lets her do what she loves every day.

Susan Barber on Choices 4 Women


Have a Great Weekend!!

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