The Art of Addressing Situations In The Moment

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Being able to speak up to situations in real time is one of the most important skill sets you could learn. What if you could respond professionally, clearly, and concisely so that your words counted?
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Donna Karlin works with global leaders to develop the competencies and practices that enable them to meet the challenges of the future. She brings a dynamic, strengths-focused perspective to executive leadership development.

Her clients are organisational leaders and high potentials, leadersh...

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Being able to speak up in real time to whatever unfolds is one of the most important skill sets you could ever learn. In this fast-paced world, we must make each second — never mind minute — count. Through the pages of this book, I will unpack situations, so you can use the rationales to address multiple contexts and how two minutes can change the status quo of a relationship, situation, or career.

About the author

Donna Karlin, Certified Executive Coach and Organisational Psychologist, is a Global Speaker, Author and Leadership Coach and a member of the team that coaches the TED Fellows. She boasts a 35+ year track record of helping people become remarkable and has a wealth of stories, experience, and knowledge that she shares in keynotes, workshops, and guest lectures around the world.

  1. About the Author
  2. Preface
  3. Two Minutes? What Can Be Done in Two Minutes 
  4. How Are You Showing Up? 
  5. I Got Him at “Hello” 
  6. Why They Would Choose You 
  7. “I’m the Enforcer”
  8. Opportunities Don’t Talk, They Whisper
  9. The “Ask”
  10. Brain Dates 
  11. It’s Your Fault! 
  12. Nipped in The Bud 
  13. Don’t Snoop 
  14. Shocking into Awareness 
  15. Perfect When It Clearly Isn’t 
  16. What is Your Biggest “Minkhole”? 
  17. Conclusion
  18. References and Resources