"Everyday Leadership Acts of Courage" is a series of articles authored by Lynda Silsbee, Founder of the Alliance for Leadership Acceleration and member of the Forbes Coaches Council. The article series, as seen on Forbes.com, reflects on Lynda's gratitude to those, past and present, who have chosen to be courageous leaders in the work-world and the lessons everyone can learn from them.
In Lynda's first article in the series, she writes about 360-degree feedback, which in and of itself, is an act of courage. The second article titled "To Lead, You Must Be Vulnerable" focuses on courage, openness and vulnerability.
We look forward to introducing the final article in the series in the next issue of our Leadership Matters newsletter. If you would like to be added to our mailing list to stay in the loop on topics similar to this, sign up to join our mailing list here.
LEAP was proud to be a sponsor at this year's Seattle Vistage Executive Summit. On May 9th, the Hyatt Regency at Seattle's Southport was filled with Vistage members from across the region for a day of learning, inspiration and connection.
Thank you to all the Vistage members who stopped by the LEAP booth and attended Kim Leifsen's morning session titled 'Transformational Recruiting & Talent Spotting'!
Think about the last person that left your organization, voluntarily or involuntarily. They didn't leave because of something that could have been found on a resume or in an application. Chances are they didn't leave because of something that could have been discovered in an interview. They left because of job fit!
Join us on July 9 in Tacoma for 'Hiring for Job Fit & Potential'. In this session, you will learn about the following job match types and why these are the reasons people leave organizations:
HIRING FOR JOB FIT & POTENTIAL
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
7:30am - 9:00am
Location: C.I. Shenanigans in Tacoma, WA
Breakfast & Networking followed by a 1-hour executive briefing
Presented by: Kim Leifsen, Hiring Strategies
Many of us have learned the virtues and necessity of delegating responsibilities and tasks. This is typically trained from the delegator's point of view. However, since many more are delegatee's, there isn't much that has been published on how to be a great delegatee. Being a great delegatee will distinguish you as someone who can be trusted and gets things done.
Checklist: How to be a great “Delegatee"
Checklist: How to honor your word when you can’t keep your word.
POST WRITTEN BY:
Principal, CEO Masters & LEAP Leadership Development Coach
Lynda Silsbee is Founder and President of the Alliance for Leadership Acceleration. She has spent more than 30 years creating and leading high performance teams. Along with the other LEAP Certified Coaches, she reports that helping managers make the LEAP to leader is one of the most fulfilling aspects of her work.