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Leading With Emotional Courage: How to Have Hard Conversations, Create Accountability, And Inspire Action On Your Most Important Work (Recomandări "Un capitol pe zi")

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PRAISE FOR
LEADING WITH EMOTIONAL COURAGE
"Leading with Emotional Courage is a trailblazing idea, inspirational manifesto and eminently achievable manual. Peter Bregman′s central idea, ′if you can feel everything, you can do anything′ instantly became my motto for forging more productive and rewarding relationships in every aspect of my life. It′s ingenious, it′s intuitive, and it works."
Jeffrey Seller, Four–time Tony Award winning producer of Hamilton, Rent, Avenue Q, and In the Heights
"Peter′s concept of emotional courage is a game–changer."
Marshall Goldsmith, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Triggers
"Emotional courage is the superpower of the 21st Century!"
Christine Carter, PhD, author of The Sweet Spot and Raising Happiness
"If you courageously adopt the advice in this breakthrough book, you can begin the tough conversations that lead to real change, build more trusting relationships, and perhaps even become an inspiration to others."
Daniel H. Pink, author of WHEN and DRIVE
"Peter Bregman′s book promises to free a huge cohort of leaders from the anxieties that get in the way of doing what′s right, instead of what′s easy. Finally, a book to inspire those of us who lead through the conflict inherent to organizations."
Dr. Thomas A. Kolditz, Brigadier General, US Army (ret)
"Emotional courage is the future of leadership. This important book is right on target and by the way quite different than anything I′ve heard about or read out there."
James M. Citrin, Leader, Spencer Stuart CEO Practice, Author, You′re in Charge, Now What?
"The book, laced with Bregman′s own courageous honesty and openness, will help you build your confidence, bring out the best in others, and summon the emotional courage you need to succeed as a leader."
Liz Wiseman, New York Times bestselling author of Multipliers and Rookie Smarts
"This is a brave and generous book about being brave and generous. Emotional courage isn′t about getting what we want, it′s about serving others. Peter Bregman is sharing useful magic here."
Seth Godin, author, Linchpin
"After reading this book, you will want to share it with your colleagues, your kids, and others in your life."
Asheesh Advani, CEO, Junior Achievement Worldwide

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ISBN-13: 9781119505693
ISBN-10: 1119505690
Pagini: 272
Dimensiuni: 153 x 220 x 25 mm
Greutate: 0.41 kg
Editura: Wiley
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Locul publicării: Hoboken, United States

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PRAISE FOR
LEADING WITH EMOTIONAL COURAGE
"Leading with Emotional Courage is a trailblazing idea, inspirational manifesto and eminently achievable manual. Peter Bregman′s central idea, ′if you can feel everything, you can do anything′ instantly became my motto for forging more productive and rewarding relationships in every aspect of my life. It′s ingenious, it′s intuitive, and it works."
Jeffrey Seller, Four–time Tony Award winning producer of Hamilton, Rent, Avenue Q, and In the Heights
"Peter′s concept of emotional courage is a game–changer."
Marshall Goldsmith, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Triggers
"Emotional courage is the superpower of the 21st Century!"
Christine Carter, PhD, author of The Sweet Spot and Raising Happiness
"If you courageously adopt the advice in this breakthrough book, you can begin the tough conversations that lead to real change, build more trusting relationships, and perhaps even become an inspiration to others."
Daniel H. Pink, author of WHEN and DRIVE
"Peter Bregman′s book promises to free a huge cohort of leaders from the anxieties that get in the way of doing what′s right, instead of what′s easy. Finally, a book to inspire those of us who lead through the conflict inherent to organizations."
Dr. Thomas A. Kolditz, Brigadier General, US Army (ret)
"Emotional courage is the future of leadership. This important book is right on target and by the way quite different than anything I′ve heard about or read out there."
James M. Citrin, Leader, Spencer Stuart CEO Practice, Author, You′re in Charge, Now What?
"The book, laced with Bregman′s own courageous honesty and openness, will help you build your confidence, bring out the best in others, and summon the emotional courage you need to succeed as a leader."
Liz Wiseman, New York Times bestselling author of Multipliers and Rookie Smarts
"This is a brave and generous book about being brave and generous. Emotional courage isn′t about getting what we want, it′s about serving others. Peter Bregman is sharing useful magic here."
Seth Godin, author, Linchpin
"After reading this book, you will want to share it with your colleagues, your kids, and others in your life."
Asheesh Advani, CEO, Junior Achievement Worldwide


Cuprins

Why You Should Read this Book
ELEMENT ONE: Build Your Confidence
Part One: Be Who You Are
Chapter 1 Be Yourself
The High Cost of Conformity, and How to Avoid It
Chapter 2 Find Your Ground
Stay steady, balanced, and calm
Chapter 3 Stay Curious About Yourself
How to Ask for Feedback That Will Actually Help You
Chapter 4 Access Self–Compassion
The Problem with High Expectations
Chapter 5 Embrace Your Shadow
How to Avoid Becoming the Person You Hate
Chapter 6 It s Not All About Achievement
Stop Worrying About How Much You Matter
Part Two: Become Who You Want to Be
Chapter 7 Find Clarity
What s Your One Big Theme?
Chapter 8 Become More of Who You Are
You re Already Pretty Amazing
Chapter 9 Stay Focused
You Need to Practice Being Your Future Self
Chapter 10 Be Strategic and Intentional
5 Steps to Investing Your Energy More Wisely
Chapter 11 Don t Lose Yourself in Pursuit of Becoming Yourself
Take Your Life Back
Chapter 12 How Will You Measure Success?
Why You Should Treat Laughter as a Metric
ELEMENT TWO: Connect with Others
Part One: Be Curious and Trusting
Chapter 13 The Impact of Trust
The Real Secret of Thoroughly Excellent Companies
Chapter 14 Stay Open
How to Really Listen
Chapter 15 Stay Curious About Others
People Can t Be Summed Up by Personality Tests
Chapter 16 Stay Creative
Are You Trying to Solve the Wrong Problem?
Chapter 17 Be Useful
Hold The Baby
Chapter 18 Make People Feel Good
How Not to Lose a Sale
Part Two: Be Clear and Trustworthy
Chapter 19 Everyone is Contagious
How to Use Your Super Power for Good
Chapter 20 Use Fear as a Guide
How to Talk About What You Most Dread
Chapter 21 Start With the Punchline
How to Start a Hard Conversation
Chapter 22 Skillful Communication in the Heat of the Moment
Outsmart Your Next Angry Outburst
Chapter 23 Own Your Stuff
I Want You to Apologize
Chapter 24 Let Others Know You See Them
20 Seconds to a Better Bonus
ELEMENT THREE: Commit to Purpose
Part One: Energize Your Focus
Chapter 25 Play Hard
Nadal Is Strong Enough to Cry. Are You?
Chapter 26 Know Where You re Going
Define Your Big Arrow
Chapter 27 Focus Where It Matters
Four Areas To Focus Your Attention
Chapter 28 Use Your Focus as a Filter
Use Your First Day Back from Vacation to Energize Your Focus
Chapter 29 You Can t Say It Enough
The Mouthwash Principle: For Energized Focus, Rinse And Repeat
Chapter 30 And Sometimes It s Better to Say Less
If You Want People to Listen, Stop Talking
Part Two: Focus Their Energy
Chapter 31 Gifted, Game, and Generous
Three Qualities Every Leader Needs to Cultivate Within Their Team
Chapter 32 Engage From The Beginning
The Farm–to–Table Method of Focusing the Energy of Your Team
Chapter 33 Helping Others Be Trustworthy
The Secret to Ensuring Follow–Through
Chapter 34 Creating Accountability
Five Building Blocks For a Culture of Accountability
Chapter 35 Bigger Than You
Why Leaders Should Try to Be Overwhelmed
Chapter 36 Improving Performance After A Critical Error (PACE)
How to React When Someone Disappoints
ELEMENT FOUR: Cultivate Emotional Courage
Part One: Feel Courageously
Chapter 37 Know What You Are Feeling
Develop Your Awareness
Chapter 38 Feeling is Physical
Dance With Your Monster
Chapter 39 Practice Feeling
Embracing Temptation
Chapter 40 Feel Uncertainty
The Emotional Adventure of Leadership
Chapter 41 Be Willing to Feel the Hard Stuff
Why Leaders Must Feel Pain
Chapter 42 Feel Everything
Allow for Complexity
Part Two: Act Boldly
Chapter 43 Risk is the Key to Leadership
Unlocking Your Success Equation
Chapter 44 Build Your Risk Muscle
The Small Personal Risks That Change Behavior
Chapter 45 Make a Decision
Act Boldly to Get Moving
Chapter 46 Risk Truth
It s Your Job to Tell the Bold Truths
Chapter 47 Try Something Different
The Unexpected Power of Inauthenticity
Chapter 48 The Limitless Possibility of Now
A Question That Can Change Your Life
Epilogue
A Note to Readers
Acknowledgments
About the Author


Notă biografică

PETER BREGMAN is the CEO of Bregman Partners, Inc., a company that helps senior leaders create accountability and inspire collective action on their organization′s most important work. He is the bestselling author of 18 Minutes: Find Your Focus, Master Distraction, and Get the Right Things Done, named the best business book of the year on NPR, and selected by Publisher′s Weekly and the New York Post as a top 10 business book. He is also the author of Four Seconds: All the Time You Need to Replace Counter–Productive Habits with Ones That Really Work, a New York Post top pick for your career in 2015.