This week’s five AHAs are from the AHAbook™ Leadership for Everyone. Please share this URL “aha.pub/LeadershipforEveryone” in your social media status update to let your friends know about it.
Do you dread chaotic meetings, distrust management makeovers, and deplore workplace politics? Do you see human potential squandered through misunderstandings or misguided management? Are you ready to transform a Dilbert world into a collaborative, productive one? Then you are the leader who is ready to take charge of your destiny through skilful collaboration!
Compiled by Diane Dean and Lucy Freedman, this AHAbook is comprised of 140 AHAmessages that can be introduced day by day into communication and action. Each thing you try will shift the world around you in a productive direction. Each time you take the “AHA” hint and use it, you’ll notice the results. More than behaviors, you will learn the structure of those successful behaviors.
The book is a quick read as it’s a compilation of 140 actionable quotes. Here are five AHAmessages. Why don’t you go directly to the AHAbook and share more of them on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or G+:
We do not have leaders. We are leaders. When and where do you lead? #Leadership @syntaxcomm [click to tweet]
Start thinking about what could go right in the future — a powerful tool for solution-seeking and moving forward. @syntaxcomm [click to tweet]
To be a great leader, reduce resistance: Identify and refer to the positive motivation behind another’s behavior. @syntaxcomm [click to tweet]
“You don’t always need to have the right answer. Ask the right question.” -Laurent Potdevin, Lululemon CEO via @syntaxcomm [click to tweet]
To be effective, leaders need “self-awareness” and “learning agility.” How do you enhance these qualities? @syntaxcomm [click to tweet]
Leadership for Everyone is part of the THiNKaha series, whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out AHAmessages. Increase your online influence by picking up AHAthat and easily share quotes from this book on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+. (Start sharing great quotes along with other amazing AHAleaders at a click of a button. AHAthat gives you access to great content for FREE within seconds.)
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