10 Harnessing Intellectual Horse Power the Clydesdale stands 64 to 72 inches high and weighs 1,800 to 2,000 pounds. Some mature males are larger, standing taller than 18 hands and weighing up to 2,200 pounds.Be brave: Hire people who are smarter than you!
11 Channel and direct the power of your team Guiding Teamsthe Clydesdale stands 64 to 72 inches high and weighs 1,800 to 2,000 pounds. Some mature males are larger, standing taller than 18 hands and weighing up to 2,200 pounds.Channel and direct the power of your team
12 Expect and positively reinforce teamwork Diversity & UnityExpect and positively reinforce teamwork
13 The Power of Story Telling 10% + 90% = 0%RuleTime spent telling people what you do If you don’t do this 10% well… This 90% = 0%Time spent doing“the work”You must invest time to explain what you do
15 Know your audience & be prepared Effective Story TellingWhat do they care about?What questions do they have?Are they open minded?What might they ask me?What’s in it for them?How will this effect their team?Who is in my corner?Are there any taboos I am breaking?Know your audience & be prepared
16 Spend time building win-win situations Consensus BuildingSpend time building win-win situations
17 Plan to spend MORE TIME story telling Political AcumenCEB; “Activating Disruptive Insights”; October 2013Plan to spend MORE TIME story telling
18 “Rule #6: Don’t take yourself Leading people isn’t always easy The Power of Humor“Rule #6: Don’t take yourselfso seriously!”Benjamin ZanderLeading people isn’t always easy
19 Don’t stand for unprofessional behavior Conflict & CourageDon’t stand for unprofessional behavior
20 Your time & effort says: “I care about you” DevelopmentYour time & effort says: “I care about you”
21 Leading through Change Break down barriers – virtual AND physical
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