TOC (Table of Contents for this show):
00:00 - Introduction
00:20 - Greetings & introduction
03:19 - What's in this show.
04:07 - Are training and education enough to turn an "average Joe" into a visionary leader?
08:58 - So what does it take to lead others?
11:06 - Visionary leaders often have high standards and are models of their own values.
13:15 - "I.O.U's" and "U.O.Me's"
18:46 - 4 basic traits of a visionary leader.
20:51 - Visionary leaders invests in their teams.
22:45 - The importance of passion and vision in leadership.
25:36 - Key things to practice that can help cultivate leadership skills.
26:32 - Inspiration: Are you a boss or are you a leader?
28:01 - Scott on "coaching up" and Steven Covey's "7 Habits of Successful People."
31:05 - When to watch CCC and let's get connected!
ZEF'S TIPS FOR CHARACTERISTICS OF VISIONARY LEADERS:
All of that comes with a big responsibility, but that is what I think separates the average leaders to a "rock star" leader who people love, adore, and idolize.
SCOTT'S TIPS ON HOW TO BECOME A VISIONARY LEADER:
These are some key tips that are from a great book, called The Leadership Challenge, by Kouses and Pozner.
LEN'S TIPS ON ACTIONS OF VISIONARY LEADERS:
ZEF: What good is leadership if this is what "visionary leadership" looks like? Where do you recommend we start?
SCOTT: The takeaways I would recommend is for people to master the last four of Covey's 7 habits:
ZEF: Len, you're a coach that has been trained in the "Law of Attraction." What do you think? Can this type of leadership be avoided? How?
LEN: Yes. The "Law of Attraction" has a boomerang effect - what you throw out there is what you receive more of. I'm not sure if that is considered a leadership figure, but a boss figure. Yes, this can be avoided because there is nothing to invent - it's about building relationships, positivity, inspiration, and motivation.
Leadership is nothing but the consequence of hard work. And in visionary leadership, the vision is shared with the staffs to create a competitive advantage for the calling. By working with a visionary leader, you can learn how to value your imagination, how to leave no space for timidity, how to be inclusive, inventive, and magnetic, how to cultivate persistence, and how to ignite passion and be aware of the emotions. Besides that, you can also polish your expertise in balancing your vision and action.
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