By Shawn Abrams
The Seven Epaulettes of Leadership
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THE SEVEN EPAULETTES OF LEADERSHIP
This site is full of articles, videos, books, and innovative methods that will improve your leadership and relationships.
This site is full of articles, videos, books, and innovative methods that will improve your leadership and relationships. This book gives readers an edge with leadership and relationship training. It combines the two topics, because they should live together. These are the two areas of your life that will cost you the most.
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The Seven Epaulettes of Leadership is a first of its kind book. It effectively addresses and shines a light on the two areas of your life that can cost you the most. They are Leadership and Relationships. If you’re leading people without the benefit of relationship, you could be bullying them, and if you’re loving people without the benefit of relationship, you could be lonely.
Your organization has multiple levels of people and there must be Continuity of Leadership through them. This represents an intangible ‘through line’ that your profits and productivity will follow, because the people that work for you are affected by it.
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 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?
• What is Officide? Read the book and find out!
LEADING YOUR RELATIONSHIPS: VIDEO 17A (OVER 30K VIEWS)
Shawn Abrams is the author of “The Seven Epaulettes of Leadership” and “Leading in the First Person.”
His aim is to better equip leaders with the teaching and resources they need to be successful.
Whether you lead or love people, you won’t have success with them without relationship! Leading and loving people are the two biggest investments you will make in life. This video platform is designed to help us lead better lives and teach others how to do the same.
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Lead Your Purpose/Manage Your Principles!
Please stay home
The Coronavirus is deadly serious. Medical experts caution us to wash our hands frequently and maintain a social distance of 6 feet from other people. Poor leadership got us to this point. Someone should have known that it was dangerous to keep animals that can transmit a dangerous virus without proper handling. Someone should not have suppressed the problem when it surfaced. Someone should have believed the reports that this could become a pandemic. Someone should have put a plan into place to protect us quicker. This is called vision. It’s the ability to look ahead into the future, prepare people today for that future, and take into account similar events of the past. I don’t suggest we rally around fear or the problem, but we do need someone to rally us, and and the appropiate resources needed to bring resolution to this pandemic. That’s a leader.
Potential > Problems
Potential is not the ability to do good things. It is the ability to overcome problems. That’s what you’re hiring for. That’s what you base your personal relationships on. Think about a relationship that started out loving, and then ended in a break-up. The love that was in the beginning wasn’t enough to repair the breach. And so, the start of a relationship should be predicated on potential, not love – that will come in time.
Potential is greater than problems.
Maintaining impactful relationships will keep your team engaged with your vision long after the meeting ends
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