"When social influence maximizes the efforts of others towards the achievement of a goal, you have leadership."
There’s no shortage of lousy leaders people could point to; let’s make sure no one is pointing at you.
Let's define your wants and needs first.
1. Start by reviewing your goals.
Many busy professionals find great value in the Leadership Goal Setting survey. Some realize they aren’t ready for professional coaching, while a significant number gain newfound focus. After you submit the survey, I’ll personally review it and get back in touch with you.
2. If you feel like you have your leadership under control and don’t need anything from me, I would sincerely appreciate your referral to a friend, family member, or colleague (preferably someone you know, like, and trust.)
3. If this is all a miss and you don’t want or need any leadership development and accountability help, and can’t think of anyone who does, click here, so I don’t bother you with this type of request in the future.
REMEMBER: The Leadership Goal-Setting Questionnaire is free.
Even if we decide to never work together, the questions will help you uncover a lot of information about yourself and your leadership goals.