Practice Daily. A leader may well have had a development plan before — that gathered dust in a drawer. He was probably engaging in Delusional Development: the futile hope that just by wanting to get better at something and knowing enough to be dangerous, he would show improvement. The amount of deliberate practice a leader chooses will be proportionate to his improvement. The journey to Bankable Leadership is like learning a violin concerto: First learn the concepts (reading music) and behaviors (playing the violin). Then practice every day to create beautiful music.
Dr. Tasha Eurich, author of the new book 'Bankable Leadership: Happy People, Bottom Line Results, and the Power to Deliver Both' explains what managers should do in order to have a well-rounded business atmosphere.
Bankable Leadership is an excellent book and an easy read. I enjoyed it thoroughly, and I feel it helped raise my awareness and will make me a better leader for my staff and my peers. Thank you!
The best leaders are able to move to the middle, focusing on people and results. These bankable leaders create prosperity in the form of achievement, health, happiness and wealth for themselves, their team and their organization. The best managers are seemingly a walking contradiction, achieving all of these things at once:
Dr. Tasha Eurich, organizational psychologist and author of Bankable Leadership: Happy People, Bottom-Line Results, and the Power to Deliver Both.