Talking Modern Leadership with Sandi Coryell

Musician Frank Zappa said 'You can't have progress unless you deviate' and we're here to talk about how you can take that philosophy and turn it into a great leadership, success, and business advantage Global Leadership Consultant, Speaker, and Author of The Deviant Advantage: Sandi Coryell talks about how you can develop strong and adaptable leadership skills that will help you get the best out of yourself, your people, and your business whether times are good or your getting smacked in the face with strong headwinds. Imagine what your success would look like if you could get your head in the game and keep it there no matter what pressure you are under; develop a blockbuster influence that gets people to buy into and support your ideas without having to jump through so many hoops; separate yourself or your business from all of the competitors out there so that you become First Choice; and develop such a strong culture that the best people line up to work for your company. We'll talk about how you can make that happen!
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Aug 4, 2015

My People Hate Me! How can I get people to understand what I need? How do I communicate better?

As leaders, how well you can assemble a team and keep them functioning, not well...great together is how you will grow both your business and your profitability.

Too many leaders are letting the life be sucked out of them everyday by trying to figure out how to get the best out of their people.

In this episode, we discuss the age old notion of 'it's not you, it's me' as the focus shifts from motivating to influencing.

Please let me know what your greatest challenge is as a leader in terms of getting the best out of people and what you think you can do today to overcome it.

All listeners are welcome to take the Deviant Advantage Leadership assessment right here The Deviant Advantage Leadership Assessment to get their free report with insights into their leadership style preference.

I hope you enjoy it!