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Leadership Material: How Personal Experience Shapes Executive Presence

Diana Jones

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Prose: non-fiction, Management: leadership & motivation

Become a better leader by accessing the source of your professional influence.

Many leaders take great care to separate their personal qualities from their professional identity. Diana Jones, an executive coach for 30-years, argues that this is unwise. In fact, 'soft' skills - empathy, compassion, and authentic communication - are derived from personal experience, and are both powerful and essential to enhancing executive presence, influencing others and achieving results.

Through compelling stories and examples taken directly from Jones's coaching sessions with experienced leaders, readers will learn how to make enduring behavioural changes that will produce better business results and create alignment among disparate groups using empathy and leadership language.

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Praise for Leadership Material: How Personal Experience Shapes Executive Presence

  • Leadership Material breaks fresh ground on behavioral change, empathy, and maintaining emotional equilibrium while under stress. This book can help you up your game. - Forbes

  • Diana Jones enables you to create a presence wherein others follow you without being asked, people support you with being influenced, and repute is manifest without being forced. Leadership Material is a tour de force for building and sustaining personal impact.

  • Everything you need to know to become an exceptional leader is right here!

  • Leadership is about people, experience and relationships. Diana's book captures the simplicity of that well.

  • Diana Jones understands that a leader is not just what they do but also who they are when they do it. Presence is an ephemeral concept. Diana is giving it form.

  • A refreshing perspective on contemporary teams and relationships, with novel, practical strategies for more effective communication.

  • The solid analysis, insights, stories, and the practice steps at the end of each chapter help leaders draw the insights they need to build their own effectiveness.

  • This is a must-read for any leader who understands that it is the interpersonal relationships and interactions they promote and support which are their most powerful organizational tools.

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