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Author Booher, Dianna Daniels, author

Title Communicate like a leader : connecting strategically to coach, inspire, and get things done / by Dianna Booher
Edition First edition
Published Oakland, CA : Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., [2017]
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Description 1 online resource (192 pages)
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Introduction: The Challenge of Leadership Communication; PART 1 STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP: Think Long-Term Investment in People and Payoff; Chapter 1 Communicating as a Leader and as a Manager; Chapter 2 Have a Ready Answer for THIS One Key Question-Always; Chapter 3 Make Sure the Team Knows the Deliverables; Chapter 4 Build a Culture of Trust; Chapter 5 Hire Based on Core Character and Competency; Chapter 6 Nix Micromanaging and Other Negatives; Chapter 7 Squelch the Urge to Hoard; Chapter 8 Guide With Strategic Questions
Chapter 30 Trust the TA-DA Template[sup(TM)]Chapter 31 Use Social Media Strategically-Don't Spray Paint; PART 6 STRATEGIC MEETINGS: Deliver Results When You Meet; Chapter 32 Consider a Meeting Before the Meeting; Chapter 33 Plug Power Into Your Agenda; Chapter 34 Make Little Meeting Matters a Big Deal; Chapter 35 Meet Like You Mean Business; Chapter 36 Know Your Meeting ROI; Next Steps; Notes; Bibliography; Acknowledgments; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; W; Y; About the Author; How to Work With Dianna Booher and Booher Research
Chapter 9 Dislodge Log-Jamming DirectivesChapter 10 Become a Coach, Not a Critic; Chapter 11 Give Kudos That Count; Chapter 12 Fire People to Be Fair; Chapter 13 Energize Rather Than Demoralize; Chapter 14 Course-Correct Quickly After Bad Decisions; Chapter 15 Develop Your People; PART 2 STRATEGIC CONVERSATIONS: Connect With Intent; Chapter 16 Be Intentional About Your Communication Standards; Chapter 17 Be a Leader Who Laughs; Chapter 18 Respond Promptly in the Age of Twitter; Chapter 19 Learn to Apologize or Pay the Penalty; Chapter 20 Keep Your Networks Active
PART 3 STRATEGIC NEGOTIATIONS: Look for Mutual OpportunitiesChapter 21 Determine Your Goals, Value, and Walk-Away Point; Chapter 22 Adopt Strategic Negotiation Practices; Chapter 23 Aim to Do the Second Deal; PART 4 STRATEGIC SPEAKING: Persuade Minds and Win Hearts; Chapter 24 Increase Your Executive Presence; Chapter 25 Dump Your Data to a Storyline; Chapter 26 Engage With Great Stories; Chapter 27 Be Brief or Be Dismissed; Chapter 28 Prepare for Off-the-Cuff Comments; PART 5 STRATEGIC WRITING: Write to the Point; Chapter 29 Let Them See How You Think
Summary Grounded in extensive research, this book offers practical guidelines to help professionals think, coach, converse, speak, write, meet, and negotiate strategically to deliver results. -- Edited summary from book
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from title page (viewed May 8, 2017)
Subject Communication in management.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1626569010 (electronic bk.)
1626569029 (electronic bk.)
9781626569010 (electronic bk.)
9781626569027 (electronic bk.)