How to become an Influential Leader in the Marketplace

A lot of people think the terms “manager” and “leader” are synonymous; they are not.
Managers have people who work for them. The people they manage do the minimum they need to do in return for being paid. Managers give instructions, and expect those instructions to be followed. Often the manager will closely supervise his/her subordinates to insure those instructions are being followed to the letter. It's a top down system with very little input from those below the manager on the company totem pole.

Leaders, on the other hand, are more subtle and inspire instead of coerce. They get input and feedback. They surround themselves with people whose contributions they value, and cultivate an atmosphere of mutual respect.

Most importantly, leaders listen. They know they don't have all the answers, but instead use their influence to get the answers they need. They make balanced decisions, which their followers willingly accept.

Leaders see the big picture; whereas, managers concentrate on the task at hand. For that reason, good managers are not necessarily good leaders. The converse is also true: Good leaders are not necessarily good managers. The best leaders recognize this and get other people to carry out the management role for them. They put together a team of individuals who have the skills they lack. Leaders have the vision. They motivate the team to act on that vision. They let the team get on with the job and trust that each team member will do a good job. They encourage the team to overcome any obstacles they may encounter in pursuit of that vision.

Good news!

We recorded 10 exclusive video presentations that'll show you the tools, techniques and top tips to finally succeed and get results!

Here they are:

01 - 3 Ways to Become a More Influential Leader
02 - 5 Leadership Skills to Help Your Business Grow
03 - All Leaders Are Readers: 5 Must-Have Books to Read to Become a Better Leader
04 - How to Influence Others to Take Action
05 - How to Speak So Others Will Listen
06 - How to Stop Blaming Others and Take Ownership of Your Actions
07 - The 3 Most Common Leadership Mistakes
08 - Why Emotional Intelligence is Crucial for Effective Leadership
09 - Why Empathy is the Most Important Leadership Trait
10 - Why EVERY Manager Should be Trained in Emotional Intelligence

Sound Good?

Remember when I asked if you wanted the long way or short way?

Well, these videos will give you that unfair advantage and help you finally breakthrough so you can get results starting as soon as you finish watching the videos!




10 Lessons

10 Lessons in How to become an Influential Leader in the Marketplace:

3 Ways to Become a More Influential Leader

3 Ways to Become a More Influential Leader

5 Leadership Skills to Help Your Business Grow

5 Leadership Skills to Help Your Business Grow

All Leaders Are Readers: 5 Must-Have Books to Read to Become a Better Leader

All Leaders Are Readers: 5 Must-Have Books to Read to Become a Better Leader

How to Influence Others to Take Action

How to Influence Others to Take Action

How to Speak So Others Will Listen

How to Speak So Others Will Listen

How to Stop Blaming Others and Take Ownership of Your Actions

How to Stop Blaming Others and Take Ownership of Your Actions

The 3 Most Common Leadership Mistakes

The 3 Most Common Leadership Mistakes

Why Emotional Intelligence is Crucial for Effective Leadership

Why Emotional Intelligence is Crucial for Effective Leadership

Why Empathy is the Most Important Leadership Trait

Why Empathy is the Most Important Leadership Trait

Why EVERY Manager Should be Trained in Emotional Intelligence

Why EVERY Manager Should be Trained in Emotional Intelligence