Fierce Leadership, an interview with author Susan Scott
Being an effective leader of people and projects can often come down to having a good nose...
Being able to sense that something just doesn't smell quite right!
Learning to develop your ability to "sniff out problems" or "spot the tells"--those indications there are issues needing attention--is a key leadership skill developed through years of experience.It's also a theme of Susan Scott's new book released just this week
entitled Fierce Leadership: A Bold Alternative to the Worst "Best" Practices of Business Today
. I'm an enthusiastic admirer of Susan's book Fierce Conversations: Achieving Success at Work and in Life One Conversation at a Time
and had the opportunity to catch up with Susan during this busy week of launching her new best seller.Would you like a free copy
of Fierce Leadership
? Just be the first person to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Also, if you haven't read Susan's book Fierce Conversations
, here's a link
to pick up a copy on Amazon.com.Do you have a friend or colleague who would benefit from interviews such as this one with Susan Scott?
I invite you to send them a link to our podcast home page or to subscribe on iTunes
.Special thanks to Susan Scott for joining us today!
You can learn more about Susan and her company at http://www.fierceinc.com/
. And thank you
for joining us for this edition of The People and Projects Podcast
!Enjoy the cast!11-Fierce Leadership, an interview with author Susan Scott
Labels: communication, conflict, leadership, relationships
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