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Leadership, 2nd Edition by Steve Radcliffe

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Be At Your Best, More of the Time

. . . that’s your ultimate goal, simply be at your best, more of the time.

  • Be At Your Best, More of the Time
  • The overview
    • 1 ‘At Your Best’ versus ‘Just Surviving’
    • 2 Your Impact Intended and Impact Felt
    • 3 Your Triggers
    • 4 Your Costs
    • 5 How You Benefit
    • 6 Getting back to Being At Your Best
    • 7 Practising Being At Your Best, More of the Time

Be At Your Best, More of the Time

Harry was a senior manager in an organisation headed towards a merger. The Chief Executive had asked me to do all we could to have his senior managers ‘confident and on the front foot’ ahead of the merger.

When I first met Harry, you absolutely wouldn’t have described him as confident! His energy was really flat. He wasn’t engaging ...

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