Bootstrap Leadership 50 Ways to Break Out, Take Charge, and Move Up

ISBN-10: 1605093459

ISBN-13: 9781605093451

Edition: 2010

Authors: Steve Arneson

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List price: $12.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/1/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

How Are You Showing Up as a Leader?
Where Have You Been?: Document Your Leadership Journey
Build a Spider Web: Evaluate Your Working Relationships
Spin Around in a Circle: Make 360� Feedback Work for You
Your Own Private Detective: Ask a Peer to Track Your Development
When the Student Is Ready: Find a Mentor
Just Like the CEO: Create a Personal Board of Directors
Get in the Weight Room: Identify and Leverage Your Strengths
Go Back in Time: Ask Past Colleagues about Your Leadership
Is There Another Way?: Confront Your Hardest-Held Positions
How Am I Driving?: Develop a Vision, Mission, and Strategy
Add Something New to Your Game
Break Out the Dictionary: Craft Your Own Definition of Leadership
Put It in Writing: Prepare a Leadership Development Plan
One Year at a Time: Develop One Leadership Skill a Year
What Is It That Only You Can Do?: Learn to Delegate
The Whistle and the Clipboard: Practice Your Coaching Skills
Hit the Books: Read Three Business Titles a Year
The Best Thinking Tools Ever Invented: Keep a Journal
I Have a Theory: Study Great Leadership Thinking
Once Upon a Time: Become a Great Storyteller
This Is Me: Share Your Leadership Foundations
Get Curious about the World Around You
Take a Trip Around the World: Learn about Other Cultures
So This Is What We Do: Learn the Business
Keep Tabs on Your Friends: Document Your Network
That Thing Called the Internet: Leverage Technology
Who Are These People?: Get to Know Your Team Members
Ask the Experts: Tap Vendors and Consultants for New Ideas
Scout the Enemy: Know Your Competitors
Go Back to School: Attend a Conference or Seminar
Road Trip!: Visit Innovative Companies
Bring It Home: Learn Something New—Outside of Work
Step Out of Your Comfort Zone
Get Outside the Circle: Practice New Leadership Behaviors
You're Right and I'm Wrong: Admit Mistakes and Limitations
Become a Member: Join a Professional Network
Share Your Story: Organize an Internal Speakers Bureau
Tell the Boss You're Bored: Take Charge of Your Own Career
Love the Numbers: Learn to Read Financial Statements
Build the Business Case: Give Great Presentations
A Healthy You: Bring Energy to Your Work
Write Your Own Screenplay: Imagine Yourself in Future Roles
Question Everything: Review Your Strategy Twice a Year
It's Not about You
It's All about Them: Showcase Your People
Give Something Back: Help a Nonprofit Organization
What the Boss Needs to Hear: Provide Feedback Up the Ladder
Extend Your Reach: Spend Time with Your Broader Team
Your Most Precious Resource: Set Priorities for Your Time
Step Up to the Podium: Teach a Course Inside Your Company
Talk to Yourself: Ask Three Questions Every Day
Join the Volunteer Army: Donate Your Leadership Skills
The Best Advice Ever: Become a Better Listener
Welcome the New Guard: Write a Letter to Your Successor
Where Do You Go From Here?
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