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Art of Leadership Blog
Great leaders are adaptable. Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard called this Situational Leadership. In short, leaders are hands-on with workers who need supervision and support. Conversely, leaders will delegate to workers who are competent and confident. Hence, leadership is a blend of direction and support. This translates into four leadership styles: Telling, Selling, Participating, and […]
How Smart People Botch Leadership
People want smart Leaders, but raw intellect may hamper effective Leadership. How so? Based on studies by Marshall Goldsmith, Leadership Guru, smart Leaders make predictable mistakes: Proving how smart you are: Smart Leaders learn – from an early age – how demonstrate their brilliance. In fact, they get lots of recognition for being smart, from […]
Larry Bossidy, leadership guru, found seven core leadership traits. The ‘magnificent seven’ are shared by the best CEO’s of top organizations. Here are the ‘magnificent seven’: Know your people and your business. The big CEOs understand all facets of their business. The ‘nitty-gritty’ is where it is at. Insist on realism. These leaders benchmark their […]
Breaking Bad Habits – Be a detective:
It is tough to dump bad habits. The process starts with understanding: Habits have three inter-locking steps: • First, there is a cue, or a trigger (for example, the feeling of hunger); • Second, a routine or behavior (in this case above it means eating); and • Third, we get a reward (we are satiated). […]
What our clients and associates say
“I’ve had the chance to work with Peter over the course of six years in his capacity as a country manager and have greatly appreciated his proactive and especially effective approach…towards an optimal solution for the client. A collaborative approach is second nature to Peter.
Senior Director BNP Paribas Investment Partners, Hong Kong, July, 2013
“I was always grateful for Peter’s invaluable support and perceptive insights into the Philippines, our target market and the individuals we were interacting with”.
Magma Capital Advisory, Sydney, Australia, July, 2013
“Peter Labrie is a finance expert with over 25 years of experience, and a CSC (Canadian Securities Course) instructor at Ashton College. Peter has global experience in the financial services industry, having worked in countries such as France, China, the Netherlands, Singapore.”
Ashton College, Vancouver, Canada, April, 2016
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Aspire to your goal. That aspiration must be clear, bold, visual, engaging all your senses. See it. Feel it. Trust it. Make the vision real, in your mind.
Ambition is desire. Get a fire in your belly to win. The more ambition, the better.
Action is doing. Yes, you’ll need a plan, with clear steps, but commit to massive, imperfect action, and learn along the way. Do!
What roles are you playing in your life? Let’s look at those roles, to discover how we can be better versions of ourselves.