- Nick D. Anderson
Leadership in corporate America is a uniquely challenging paradigm. Middle Managers are responsible for the work of others, responsible to executive managers and responsible to peer colleagues--often at the same time.
This requires a special blend of bold authority, vision, persuasion, patience, negotiation and a whole lot more! Managers will find quick insight and wisdom in these 100 short lessons which can be applied in real time.
The way we see it...
Leadership is a choice - and not necessarily the choice of the leader, but always the choice of another person to follow (you) the leader.
In order to lead effectively a person must possess the basic set of skills that includes communication, vision, strategy, negotiation, accountability and specific subject matter knowledge. To be an exceptional leader, one must be exceptional in all these areas, and more.
We believe leadership is a choice.
Leadership is the choice of every individual in that we choose how to live and in so doing, we must acknowledge the potential that others who are watching may choose to follow us. Leadership is a choice.
The work starts within.
Are you ready for the next step?
Most corporate leaders don’t have resources and support within the companies they are working to build the non-technical (leadership) skills needed to advance their career. This is where management consulting, leadership development, and executive coaching fill the void.
Think of it this way . . . every elite athlete in the world has a coach. Some have many. And most of these athletes play for teams with managers and executives. Corporate leaders aren’t surrounded by the same depth of coaching support but are asked to perform at elite levels.
Our team has advised, mentored and coached many professionals along their career journey - helping people get promoted and make more money - all while prioritizing family, health and integrity.
Have you been promoted recently based on your individual performance but don't have leadership experience? Are you preparing for a leadership role? Do you lead your company now?
Are you ready to improve your skills as a leader?