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Engage and Lead

A Practical Guide to Leading Authentically

Language:  English
Engage and Lead is a practical guide to leading authentically. The activities throughout this book will provide you the tools to improve your leadership and the engagement of your employees.
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Leadership is as much about who you are as it is what you do. Managers in every organization encounter challenges that limit the performance of their employees. One of the most difficult challenges for managers to identify and overcome is themselves. This book will guide you through practical application of the four characteristics of leading authentically. Each chapter includes guided activities designed to deepen your understanding of who you are, doing what is right, focusing on what matters most, and engaging your team. You will need a journal to companion this book.

About the Author

Tony Clyde is a freelance trainer, leadership coach, instructional designer, and speaker. He has trained and mentored thousands of leaders over his 25-year career in corporate and non-profit leadership. Tony is an active speaker and trainer dedicated to helping leaders experience the freedom from the traps keeping them and their businesses stuck. He can help your business by facilitating leadership summits and team-building retreats, developing training materials, and speaking at your next event. Tony is passionate about living life fully and enjoys experiencing nature.

  • About the Author
  • Introduction
  1. Know Yourself
    1. Own Your Story
    2. Embrace Your Story
    3. Mental Chatter
    4. Calling
    5. Prepare Your Calling Statement
  2. Do What’s Right
    1. Morality and Ethics
    2. Moral Identity
    3. Moral Awareness
    4. Ethical and Moral Leadership
  3. Focus on What Matters
    1. Self-Regulation
    2. Four Key Traps
    3. Shift Your Focus
  4. Engage Your Team
    1. Authentic Work Relationships
    2. Transparency in Work Relationships
  5. Conclusion
    1. Further Readings
  • Table of Figures
  • References
About the Author

Tony Clyde