If you’re like me, you’re usually impressed with people forward thinking enough to write down their own leadership philosophy. But you’re probably seldom impressed with what that philosophy is. Usually just a bunch of trite worn-out platitudes and meaningless buzzwords. And they’re usually so impersonal you could take any of the dozens you’ve been handed in the past and switch the names at the top and it wouldn’t have made you think any differently about the people who wrote them.
They’re obviously doing it wrong. And that’s probably the reason you never took the time to write one of your own.
This class shows you how to do it properly.
Whether you’re a new leader or an experienced one, having your own set of personal leadership maxims provides you a touchstone you can refer to every day to remind yourself how you want to show up as a leader.
One Piece of PaperOne Piece of Paper: The Simple Approach to Powerful, Personal Leadership, Mike Figliuolo’s book, is the basis for this method. During the course, you’ll experience and discuss:
- A model for the examination of self
- An articulation of what you stand for
- An appreciation of where you’re going
- An understanding of how you want to lead
- A creation of your own practical “maxims” that you can start using immediately
We will explore four aspects of leadership which include:
- Leading Yourself
- Leading the Thinking
- Leading Your People
- Leading a Balanced Life
During the session, you will have in-depth discussions on these aspects of leadership. You’ll also create your own set of maxims you can apply the minute you leave the room.
To book Paul for training seminars, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.