Leadership Language With Your Peers

Diana demonstrates that by using the three words I, we, and you that you as a leader can use each of these words and have simple and powerful language for providing direction, encouraging collaboration, and creating engagement.

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“It” – The Leadership Language Of Anonymity

I want to talk about “it”. I really do. In this article I want to discuss the pronoun “it”. Actually, “it” is a particular type of pronoun,”it” is a dummy pronoun. “It” doesn’t refer to anything or anyone. Or as one of my teachers used to say, “It! It! You can put ‘it’ in a wheel barrow and wheel it around but you still won’t know what ‘it’ is!” “Define it”, she would say to me, “define what ‘it’ is and your...

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Executive Presence: Understanding Tele And Generating Positive Mutual Relationships

Executive Presence is not a skill or a tool. Executive Presence reflects your capacity to care for people and your willingness to create open positive mutual relationships with those around you as you enact your role. In two-way positive relationships there is a positive flow of feeling from the leader to the individual or group, and there is a positive flow of feeling from the individuals and group to the leader.  Leaders who balance technical and professional competence, their track record, personal credibility,...

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