Research shows thousands of employees want to take the leap out of their jobs, and it’s all about dealing with a horrible boss.
Over one-third say that not only is their boss horrible at their job, their boss is also deeply ineffective. And quite frankly? They feel they could do a better job.
Complaints about the boss are common. The key is to recognize that you might be that boss.
And, it doesn’t make you wrong or a bad person. It happens to every leader at some point. You show up irritated, get triggered, or have a habit of focusing on the negative.
As a leader, you get stopped. You often get stopped because your underlying wiring gets amplified or is not met especially under stress.
Your individual wiring is one of the main forces determining how you show up. Your wiring is your greatest asset and can be your biggest liability.
Wiring dictates the type of environment in which you are best equipped to thrive and succeed, and the kind of environment you prefer to live and work. Understand that your wiring influences your actions each and every day. When you understand your wiring and the wiring of others, you expand your capacity to clearly and confidently interact with people around you.
You also transform how you show up as a leader. Understanding how you and others are wired enhances idea flow, transforms communication, expands productivity, and strengthens decision making.
If you want to expand your natural capacity for leadership and see the difference you make on a broader scale, I invite you to my upcoming teleseminar where you will:
-Discover the #1 underlying reason why leaders are ineffective.
-Understand the 4 key elements of human wiring and the hidden reasons you get stopped.
-Learn to recognize a major cue so you’re more effective in enrolling others in an idea, product or service.
-And, most importantly, how you can take it further to become an unstoppable leader.
Free Teleseminar: How to Become an Unstoppable Leader
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
12 pm Eastern (11 am Central; 10 am Mountain; 9 am Pacific)