The power of SELF-LEADERSHIP to build your executive brand and drive career success
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“Brenda Bence makes it clear: Great leadership is all about self-leadership and learning how to manage YOU as well as you manage others. A great read!”
Are YOU overlooking the most crucial aspect of leadership?
The most important driver of overall success is your own self-leadership. Without it, your career may stall. Why? Because how you lead yourself directly impacts your ability to lead others, and that, in turn, can prevent you from reaching your full career potential.
Self-leadership. It begins and ends with YOU™.
In Leading YOU™, the companion book to the award-winning Would YOU Want to Work for YOU™?, Senior Executive Coach Brenda Bence reveals the 15 most damaging self-leadership behaviors she regularly sees in her practice. She then provides you with dozens of tips and techniques you can immediately apply to correct or improve these behavior.
Packed with real-life executive coaching case studies from around the globe, this book will help you:
- Strengthen your Executive Presence and build an outstanding leadership brand.
- Quit acting like a victim of your calendar, your time, and “the system.”
- Utilize powerful mind management techniques to stop limiting behaviors.
- Learn how to successfully manage “up” to bosses and “across” to peers.
- Promote yourself without bragging, to help you gain visibility and the job you want.
- Successfully influence others even if you don’t have an official title or authority.
Leading YOU™️ is a part of the YOU™️®️ series.
“Great leadership starts within. This book will show you the way.”
“You may excel at managing others, but unless you look inward to manage yourself first, your career is likely to stagnate rather than ignite. Leading YOU™ is a must read.”
“Leading YOU™ is unique. Filled with actual examples of self-leadership successes and failures, it’s both a mirror and a map. Highly recommended!”
“I recommend Leading YOU™ to anyone who is a leader – or aspires to be. As I look at myself and others in my profession, I can see that author Brenda Bence is right: Self-leadership is the missing piece for most of us. Brenda has been invaluable to me at critical points in my career, helping me bridge my current role with my aspirations. A decade later, I continue to view my work with Brenda as a true breakthrough moment.”