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The Leader's Guide to Impact
How to Use Soft Skills to Get Hard ResultsThings move fast. Leaders need to create impact in each moment, to not lose that moment.
Creating impact is a positive, powerful and authentic way to demonstrate youre taking charge, get more from your team and drive business results. But to succeed, you need to create the impact you WANT and need rather than relying on what you HAVE.
The Leaders Guide to Impact will show leaders how to create the impact that will help them connect with others in a respectful way, to create trust, get others to listen to them, influence effectively, drive results and much more. And most importantly, the book will also show leaders how to do it in an authentic way that supports your reputation and brand effectively.
Managing and creating impact is not a nice to have, its a business necessity.
"Impact is such an important and not really talked about topic. This book is about how impact starts from within.
Tim Noble, Vice President, Global Head of Sales, ICE Data Services
If there is one book you read on leadership, this is it. Be the best leader you can possibly be, by taking control of your impact on those around you.
Vanessa Vallely, OBE, Managing Director, WeAreTheCity , Author of Heels of Steel
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"If there is one book you read on leadership, this is it. Jam packed with practical tips, stories and framework to help you to be the best leader you can possibly be, by taking control of your impact on those around you. Elisabet and Mandy hit the leadership nail on the head every time! I wish this book was around 20 years ago!" - Vanessa Vallely, OBE, Managing Director, WeAreTheCity , Author of Heels of Steel
"Leadership and impact are associated so strongly in this book, by showing how thoughtful leadership behaviours impact business results, which is music to the ears of an action-oriented leader. It has a very practical approach, which makes it easy to read and actionable. The language is different from the often too theoretical language used, it is more suited to the language leaders use in their day to day communication" - Carlo Enrico President LAC, MasterCard
"For aspiring life guards this book is a must read on how to give oxygen to create energy and have impact (like JR). This book is for anyone who wants to breathe life into their team through inspiration resulting in impact, leading to higher engagement, better customer experience and ultimately revenue" - Neal Watkins Chief Product Officer and Executive Board Director, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, UK"A great book on how to become an even better leader in today's complex work environment, where our ability to have an impact is more important than ever in order to be successful. A must read if you want to move your career to the next stage" - Nick Shaw Vice President and GM Consumer Symantec EMEA
A compelling read for these disruptive times - As relevant to the C-suite occupant as it is for the new team leader - Ian Holden-Semple. Executive with 30 years operations experience in Financial Services including Global Banking, Card Payments and Insurance
"You know a book is great when from page one it feels connected to where you are and what you need right now. I was able to use ideas from the book straight away and the balance of research, ideas and case studies has given me a deeper understanding of how impact is created in those daily choices, both my own and that of those around me. I highly recommend this book to leaders of all levels, this kind of insight is invaluable" - Lizzie Smith Local Director, Health Education England, London
"In The Leader's Guide to Impact, Mandy and Elisabet share their rich insights from years of coaching executives and teams. They provide actions and models you can use TODAY to raise your impact as a leader." - John Turner Chief Revenue Officer, Chronicle (an Alphabet Company)
"I felt the book to be on point and relevant to current agile fast flowing & complex projects (with multiple hierarchy of stakeholders and colleagues) whilst enabling me to consider bra...
Mandy Flint is Mandy is an International Expert on leading and developing teams. Mandy is the CEO of Excellence in Leadership, a global transformational change organisation which she founded in 2000 after over 20 years of leadership experience in the corporate world. During this time Mandy spent 14 years working for American Express running business units and held roles in sales operations, public affairs, communications and cultural change. Elisabet Vinberg Hearn is CEO of Think Solutions UK Ltd in the UK and Think Solutions AB in Sweden, leadership consultancies specializing in employee engagement and profitable corporate cultures. She also operates as a consultant, speaker and coach, working with individuals, teams and organizations, providing strategic leadership and tactical solutions to clients around the World. Elisabet has extensive experience from the business world, including 13 years with American Express, based both in Sweden and in the UK. She has held various leadership roles, responsible for customer servicing, process re-engineering and corporate culture transformation. .
Introduction Part 1 Impact generally 1 What is impact? 2 The why and how of achieving impact Part 2 Impact on different audiences/stakeholders 3 Impact on employees 4 Impact on people more senior than you 5 Impact on people at the same level (peers) 6 Impact on the board of directors 7 External impact with stakeholders, media/press, social media Part 3 Impact for different desired outcomes 8 Collaborative impact 9 Change-driving impact 10 Innovative impact 11 Business sustainability impact