• Position Power and Humility - The Greatest Force on Earth

  • The 30-Minute 'New Breed of Leader' Success Series
  • By: Sheila Murray Bethel
  • Length: 33 mins
  • Speech
  • Release date: 23-09-10
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Made for Success
  • 5 out of 5 stars (1 rating)

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Best-selling business author Dr. Sheila Murray Bethel provides an action guide to leadership for dynamic and changing times in Position Power and Humility.

In her talk, Bethel advises would-be leaders to help others and suggests that CEOs win over teams with their willingness to do grunt work. She also provides examples of unconventional leaders like Eleanor Roosevelt and Albert Einstein, successful and powerful people who have open minds and have kept their egos in check.

Conveying her talk with a confident, straightforward delivery, Bethel offers a refreshing and counter-instinctual on influencing others through humility.

Summary

Combining personal power, position power, and humility becomes the greatest force on earth. You can move mountains. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt did it, and you can too. The true measure of leadership is your ability to influence others to take new actions, think new thoughts and build a shared sense of purpose. Learn from Bill Pollard, CEO of The Service Master Co., how humility is the trademark of a servant leader. Fill your leadership toolbox with immediately usable ideas and actions from globally acknowledged leadership and change expert Dr. Sheila Murray Bethel, author of A New Breed Of Leader. Some of the topics covered:

  • Myth or reality…the truth about individual position power
  • How to use unofficial position power to support, not undermine, your organization
  • The importance of sharing and giving up power
  • How to be that rare leader, one who purposely builds successors
  • Why the future of collaborative power will be key to your leadership legacy
©2010 Sheila Bethel (P)2010 Made for Success

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