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You’re a high-performing leader. It’s time to shed the doubt.
You’ve hit milestone after milestone in your career. You’ve achieved stellar highs. People look to you for direction as a model of success. So where is all this doubt and insecurity about how to lead coming from? And is it even possible to shake these feelings of uncertainty?
In The Surprising Gift of Doubt, sought-after leadership executive coach Marc A. Pitman not only shows you how to conquer your imposter syndrome, but actually harness these uncomfortable feelings to develop a rare level of leadership mastery. In fact, that inner doubt you’re wrestling with is a signal that you are on the verge of greatness.
In the same way Pitman helps his executive clients achieve their leadership dreams, you’ll learn to:
- Identify your inherent and learned abilities and apply them most effectively
- Use stories to amplify your natural leadership strengths
- Set career and life goals that fuel your leadership objectives
- Develop a unique style of leading to heighten your performance and the engagement of your team
You will emerge from this leader’s journey of self-discovery more sure-footed, courageous, and self-assured. The challenges of leadership will remain, but you’ll be able to meet them with an unshakeable inner confidence that matches the image others have had of you all along.
“A generous book with a breakthrough approach to thinking about how and why we lead. Marc Pitman will help you realize that leadership is a choice, it’s a skill, and it’s open to each of us.” (Seth Godin, author of This Is Marketing)
“It’s doubt that cracks open the seed and allows in humility and compassion, curiosity and possibilities. But don’t doubt that this book will help you become a far better leader.” (Michael Bungay Stanier, author of The Coaching Habit and The Advice Trap)
“Marc Pitman deftly and confidently leads readers through the hard, necessary work of understanding themselves and the unique contributions they can make both in their organizations and their personal lives.” (Kristen Hadeed, author of Permission to Screw Up)