A Guide to Reaching Your Leadership Potential
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A Guide to Reaching Your Leadership Potential
A Guide to Reaching Your Leadership Potential
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Reaching Your Fullest Business-Leadership Potential in a Time of Change

These are unusual times. The past several months have caused many of us to reflect on our purpose and career goals. If you count yourself among this group, you’re in good company. You may also be ready to take the next steps to reaching your ultimate professional goals, whether they involve making strides in a current role, ascending a company’s hierarchy, or launching a new venture. But these are not steps that will be reached by osmosis—or even, necessarily, by showing up to work every day, no matter your talent or work ethic.

What Great Business Leaders Do to Accelerate Their Careers

In the pursuit of greater success, aspiring professionals face an array of daunting challenges, each of which may require them to draw on different skills and perspectives. So over time, standout leaders deliberately refine their approaches to learning, self-reflecting, decision-making, communicating, and acting. In other words—they work on themselves, carefully and with intention.

Learning, Reflecting, Making Decisions, Acting, Communicating

Many high-achieving professionals acknowledge at some point that they might be ready for even more—perhaps formal training, such as an executive MBA program—but these journeys often begin with simple acts, like reading and reflecting. That’s where this book comes in.

What You’ll Learn in This eBook

The faculty of one of the world’s top business schools offers guidance and insight into key areas of personal and professional development, including:

  • The strategies behind leading a high-impact team
  • How to overcome innate career-derailing tendencies
  • The case for embracing authenticity in your leadership style
  • Why and how you should conduct regular self-assessments
  • Tools for communicating complex ideas
  • When to own—and when to delegate—decision-making responsibilities