Power is the prime mover of people and events. It is inherent in leadership... you can't lead effectively without it. Twenty-first-century leaders who make the greatest contribution will be those who take the time and make the effort to build the art and skill of using power wisely.
Go right to the core of power with a lesson from Clint Eastwood - actor, director and former Mayor of Carmel, California. Let global leadership and change expert Dr. Sheila Murray Bethel, author of A New Breed of Leader, be your guide to better understand of the wise use of power. Some of the topics covered:
Learn a vital key about power from former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and President Dwight Eisenhower
Define what it means to use power wisely and how it increases your influence
Gain insights about how power helps you and your teams achieve a larger purpose
Explore how and why the highest and best use of power is to direct others and help them achieve their full potential
Gain a clear understanding of the difference between the job of management and the power of leadership
Simply being in a position of power does not necessarily guarantee one can effectively lead, but with these audio lessons from best-selling author and leadership expert Dr. Sheila Murray Bethel listeners will begin to understand how to skillfully wield their power. With easy to follow exercises, relatable workplace scenarios, and lessons from world leaders, Dr. Bethel will help listeners understand their own current strengths and weaknesses and how best to shape and reinforce their ability to lead and influence others. Based on her book A New Breed of Leader, these audio lessons are an engaging and necessary tool in refining one's leadership skills.
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