"Lead Your Purpose/Manage Your Principles." - shawn abrams
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People will follow us, and so will their problems. If we as leaders are not adept at helping our people to overcome their problems, those same problems will eclipse the vision we have.
• How effectively are you leading your purpose and managing your principles?
• What are the signs of cross-coaching, and how to protect your team from it?
• Are people following you or just following your orders?
• Are we complaining or campaigning our way to success?
• How does Leadership differ from Applied Leadership?
• Are your relationships scalable?
• Can your relationships be described as situational or conditional?
• Workplace culture and time – are they your supportive companions or unforgiving adversaries?
• What’s your nomenclature?
• Continuity of Leadership Chain
We're not really leading people. We're leading relationships with people.
Whether you lead or love people, you won't have success with them without relationship! Leading and loving will command the greatest portion of your resources. The aim of the video to help us to more efficiently utilize them.
Delivers Emotional Intelligence techniques in everyday relatable ways. What's the most important concerns to your team right now? Do you know how your team defines success?
Ask your team members how they define leadership, if they struggle to do this, and you think you're a good/great leader, they may have some resentments towards you. If they don't know leadership, how can they identify it.
Is apolitical. It is far reaching and soul searching. Before you lead others you should lead yourself. Few people receive coaching, mentoring, and teaching leading up to a personal relationship, or out of a bad one. They have the hope that the next relationship will heal the last one. This doesn't work. It would be better to lead ourselves Getting into a relationships is not as hard as getting out of one, but maintaining a relationship is the most difficult thing to do. It's okay if we have shortcomings, so long as we are saleable in the ways that are advantageous for leadership and relationships. But we should not seek to join with others to create scalable relationships if we refuse to grow.
Utilize the six degrees of separation between us to connect us for the expressed purpose of raising well-adjusted leaders with the intestinal fortitude to consistently and effectively exhibit The Seven Epaulettes of Leadership
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Leading in the First Person is a must read for those in leadership positions, as well as those who aspire to leadership in any aspect of their lives. Leading in the First Person explores leadership on a personal and experiential level. People want to have a genuine relationship with their leader, and to be aligned with their leaders’ vision. Equally important is the understanding of the vision and aspirations of those you lead. You will be a successful leader if you can show how your employees’ vision, and your vision, connect and align. Now, it's not your vision - it's our vision! Our vision is harder to walk away from. Our vision is easier for us to buy into. Our vision increases productivity and mitigates turnover. Ask all your direct reports these two questions with respect to their work: What is your vision? What is your expectation? Understanding and supporting these critical aspects of your employees’ personal aspirations will engender greatly improved working relationships, and collaboration. This book was written with this mission in mind; to provide you with practical insights which will result in win-win leadership solutions!! What is team work? What is relationship?
Rally your team
This is a must read for anyone new to a leadership position or those who aspire to achieve that responsibility. Experienced leaders/managers would do well by reading this book and doing a little self-evaluation.
I have known Shawn for eight years and had the pleasure to directly observe his performance and leadership for two years. In this book Shawn does a great job of stressing the importance of relationships to leadership and his grasp of the difference between directions and motivation should resonate with anyone in a managerial position.
I strongly recommend this book and look forward to Mr. Abrams second offering
Thomas A Moreau SgtMaj. USMC (ret)
This is the first video in the Leading in the First Person Series. Host, Shawn Abrams has written a book which carries the same name. This video covers negotiating, and features Emily Martinez, Business Development Manager serving the NYC area. You can find more videos on YouTube Channel http://youtube.com/c/abrams360media
QIV/2018, known by its more common name, The Holiday Album is the first musical offering from abrams360 media. It's intended to inspire and call to action those under the sound of its tracks. Shawn worked with top composers to musically capture important life lessons he wishes to share with you.
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