The Disciplined Leader: Keeping the Focus on What Really Matters

  • 5h 43m 26s
  • John Manning
  • Berrett-Koehler Publishers
  • 2015

All leaders have scores of things they could do. But a disciplined leader is one who identifies and focuses on the Vital Few: the 20 percent of activities that will drive 80 percent of the results. And the results that are most important are those tied to the organization's most precious asset: its people.

In this Audiobook

  • #1 Make the Commitment
  • #2 Exercise Courage
  • #3 Manage Your Worries
  • #4 Know Yourself
  • #5 Be Truthful
  • #6 Have Humility
  • #7 Zero in on Your Values
  • #8 Recognize Your Talents
  • #9 Get Out of Your Way
  • #10 Push beyond the Comfort Zone
  • #11 Drop Defensiveness
  • #12 Eliminate the “Victim” Mentality
  • #13 See Mistakes as Opportunities
  • #14 Listen More, Talk Less
  • #15 Manage Your Time
  • #16 Tackle the Tough Stuff
  • #17 Plan Each Day
  • #18 Write Your Professional Development Plan
  • #19 Believe in Your Potential
  • #20 Choose the Right Words
  • #21 Put Your Game Face On
  • #22 Be in the Moment
  • #23 Focus on What Is Right, Not Who Is Right
  • #24 Don't Cross the Line
  • #25 Treat Everyone Fairly
  • #26 Honor Your Commitments
  • #27 Don't Overuse the “I” Word
  • #28 Surround Yourself With Great Talent
  • #29 Hire Who Is Right
  • #30 Empower Employees
  • #31 Hold Your Team Accountable
  • #32 Check up Daily on Goals
  • #33 Give Effective Performance Feedback
  • #34 Spot Opportunities to Coach
  • #35 Demand More Solutions
  • #36 Encourage Disagreement
  • #37 Advocate for Your Team
  • #38 Recognize Your Employees
  • #39 Develop a “What's the Goal?” Culture
  • #40 Stay the Course
  • #41 Lead from the Front
  • #42 Learn from Success
  • #43 Put More Weight on “Why?”
  • #44 Cultivate Curiosity
  • #45 Pick Your Battles
  • #46 Avoid the Dangerous Gap between Good Ideas and Execution
  • #47 Avoid “Flavor of the Month” Syndrome
  • #48 Listen to Your Customers
  • #49 Keep Customers in the Crosshairs of Decision Making
  • #50 Know Your Competition
  • #51 Keep Ethics Strong
  • #52 Give Back
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