Are managers positioning their teams to cross the finish line and win the race?
In the world of rowing the Coxswain (pronounced käk-sen), steers the boat, keeping it on the most direct course for speed and accuracy. They motivate the rowers, coordinate the actions, and serve as the on-the-water coach. The Coxswain will call for the rowers to do a “power10”…ten of their best, perfectly timed, most powerful strokes…a strategy used to pull ahead of a competitor in the race.
In the same way, you as a leader are the on-the-floor coach in charge of directing, motivating and coordinating your crew to deliver results. Through your leadership, coaching, and your call for an occasional “power10,” your team will do its best, stay the course, and make every stroke count positioning them to overtake the competition, cross the finish line and win the race!
“power10” LEADERSHIP is designed with you, the busy manager and leader in mind. It addresses the difference between managing and leading, your changing leadership role and includes ten powerful chapters focused on the “power10” success factors for teams and organizations. You will be able to:
- Quickly assess your team or organization against the “power10” success factors
- Easily see where the team or organization is performing well
- Pinpoint and prioritize areas needing focus, and
- Take immediate action
In addition “power10” LEADERSHIP is filled with valuable insights, practical tools and sound advice to help you set the direction and tone and actively engage your people in achieving excellence.
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Consultant, speaker and author of
“power10” LEADERSHIP: How to Engage People and Get Results.
She spent more than twenty years in corporate America and over fifteen years consulting with executives and leadership teams in the private, public and non-profit sectors. Her commitment to advancing leadership has resulted in developing individuals and positioning teams and organizations for success. Now, she’s devoted to writing and teaching people how to lead at a higher level, actively engage their employees in the business and focus on outcomes that matter.
Linda’s book “power10” LEADERSHIP is a practical guide designed with the busy manager and leader in mind. Her time-tested approach and practical tools show people how to become the leader they want to be. Keep it on top of your desk and refer to it often. Follow her advice and use the many tools she’s added to your leadership tool kit.