Upsize Your Leadership

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    In this episode, Dr. Mike Armour looks at five small words, terms which we use every day, and shows leaders how to harness them to great motivational advantage. Download a transcript of this episode at https://www,leaderperfect.com/podcast/episodes.  You can also contact Mike by means of a link on that same page.



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    He also identifies a dozen signs of distrust. And he underscores the urgency of maintaining trust when managing change or reorganization.

    You can download a copy of today's program at LeaderPerfect.com/podcast. The page also provides a link to contact Mike personally. 







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  • Array ( [id] => f02066c4-8ada-11e9-bb97-7f3af1c385fb [createdAt] => 2019-06-09T10:20:54.749-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-06-09T20:15:14.600-07:00 [title] => UYL1908 -- Clarifying Core Values [pubdate] => 2019-06-11T07:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/f02066c4-8ada-11e9-bb97-7f3af1c385fb/image/uploads_2F1560100878334-beia1923bo5-37392cd6a56971b72b4bc5ecc38b4b2e_2FUYL1908%2B--%2BClarifying%2BCore%2BValues.png?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => 1 [episodeNumber] => 8 [subtitle] => The First Step in Visionary Leadership [summary] => Leaders are generally aware that they have a duty to articulate and promote their organization's core values. But identifying these values is often a challenge. That's because so many values are important to the organization. Which ones are core?

    Complicating the issue, an organization's list of core values needs to be held to no more than seven values, preferably no more than five. Beyond that number, a list is too lengthy to be readily remembered. And people won't devote themselves to things which they can't easily remember.

    Core values are vital to an organization. But not all vital values are core values. Some are strategic values. Others are operational values. This episode explores a method for identifying which vital values in an organization are indeed its core values. 

    To download a PDF copy of today's podcast, go to www.LeaderPerfect.com/podcast. Choose this episode, then click on Download Scripts.

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    According to research done by Gallup, low worker engagement costs the global economy seven trillion dollars per year. While engagement is higher in North America than in many other parts of the world, only a third of American workers are truly engaged with their organization.

    This does not mean that other workers are unproductive. They may indeed perform at an acceptable level. But they are somewhat indifferent toward the organization. They feel no particular passion for it, no great loyalty to it. It's just a place to earn a paycheck.

    In today's podcast, Dr. Mike Armour provides a roadmap for turning this situation around. He offers practical advice on how leaders and managers can enhance worker engagement by pursuing four strategies.

    First is to build connections with workers at a personal level. Second is to make collaborative communication between managers and workers commonplace. Third is to demonstrate caring commitment to workers individually and collectively. And fourth is to captivate workers with their leader's aspirations both for them and for the organization.

    You can download a script of today's podcast at www.LeaderPerfect.com/podcast/.

    Dr. Mike Armour is the managing principal of Strategic Leadership Development International in Dallas. Check out his broad array of leadership development services at www.LeaderPerfect.com.



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    Transformational leaders succeed only by changing the organization’s sense of identity – its sense of who it is and what it may become. And this change is not purely marginal or peripheral. It’s substantive.

    To accomplish what they aim for, transformational leaders must do more than merely fiddle around the edges of organizational identity. They must change it markedly, so much so that the new identity spins off new patterns of behavior. This is why I describe transformational leadership as not your garden-variety leadership.

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    For example, we speak of managing people and leading people. We also speak of managing budgets and managing inventories. But we would never speak of leading a budget or leading an inventory. We only lead people.

    As a leadership coach, I've developed three questions which allow me to quickly determine whether a new client is indeed a leader or is simply functioning as a manager, but calling it leadership.

    In this episode I take you through those three pivotal questions and invite you to assess your own leadership performance in light of them.

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    From that starting point to the modern world, every advance in human society and technology has required leaders to master new leadership skills and techniques. For leadership, the challenge to learn and adapt to change is never-ending.

    Great leaders are lifelong learners. But true lifelong learning is more than merely learning new things over a lifetime. It is an intentional, purposeful, structured approach to personal self-development.

    I've had the privilege of coaching dozens of leaders, managers, and entrepreneurs who exemplified what lifelong learning is all about. They embrace it. They embody it. They make it their way of life.

    In this episode I focus on four traits which are common to these exceptional men and women. For a printed copy of today's program, go to www.LeaderPerfect.com/podcast/. Or contact me on the same page.







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    The resulting loss of interpersonal connection often leads to problems with worker engagement. Astute leaders and managers counter that tendency by relying on the high-touch strategies espoused by John Naisbitt in his 1982 best-seller Megatrends. He coined the phrase "high tech/high touch" as a catchy slogan to underscore the way that management should respond to a workplace permeated with technology.

    Even though Naisbitt first called for high-touch leadership nearly four decades ago, there is even a stronger case for it today. In this episode we revisit his phrase "high tech/high touch" and underscore the urgency of applying high-touch leadership, not merely in a high-tech workplace, but anywhere that worker engagement is weak.

    If you would like a printed version of this podcast, use the following link to download a PDF transcript of the program.











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About Upsize Your Leadership

Insights from a Veteran Leadership Coach
Upsize Your Leadership

Mike Armour & C-Suite Radio

Managing principal of Strategic Leadership Development International in Dallas

From the smallest of startups to the C-Suite of global corporations, Dr. Mike Armour has shown thousands of leaders how to step up their game. Now he brings this same wisdom and insight to his audience on Upsize Your Leadership.

Every episode explores timeless principles of management, leadership, and personal success. Dr. Mike underscores these principles with engaging stories and interviews with exceptional guests. Whether you’re a C-Suite executive, a veteran manager, or even an aspiring leader, you will always find practical, actionable ideas on Upsize Your Leadership.
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