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The Upsides For Workplace Warriors To Lead And Succeed - GUEST: Jordan Goldrich
Do you feel like a warrior when you go to work?
Do you feel like you MUST be a warrior?
Warriors are tough. Is that a necessity for getting people to work together and produce desired results?
My conversation with Jordan Goldrich, author of Workplace Warrior, had some surprises. The subtitle of his book is "People Skills for the No B.S. Executive." He immediately brought up the word, abrasive, to describe many leaders. Not a surprise! Sometimes people think they have to be tough, competitive, and yes, abrasive in order to be seen as a leader. Often, that backfires!
If you're going to be successful at work, you have to create a workplace that people are not afraid to go to. So, how does a leader create the desired balance?
Two big pieces of advice from Jordan:
"You have to show respect and compassion to others. Talk to them like they are human beings...because they are."
"Acknowledge and apologize for your past behavior."
That's where his seven steps to an apology come in.
Great insights for leaders who want to be better, leaders who need people skills!
Excellent information for everyone who goes to a workplace every day.
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HIGHLIGHTS OF TODAY'S EPISODE:
- Why do we need a war metaphor for this?
- Why do workplace leaders think they have to aggressive?
- What's the difference between what he calls "straight talk," and having no filters?
- What makes leaders abrasive?
- How can leaders and would-be leaders learn to be assertive without being degrading or demanding?
- Why is it that abrasive executives are often overly-protected?
- What are his seven steps to making an apology?
GUEST: Jordan Goldrich
Jordan Goldrich partners with executives to drive results without damanaging relationships. He is the co-author of the newly published book, "Workplace Warrior: People Skills For The No BS Executive."
He is a Chief Operations Officer, Master Corporate Executive Moach (MCEC), Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and California Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW.) He is partner in the business consulting firm CUSTOMatrix, Inc, and an executive coach for the Center for Creative Leadership.
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