1% Lead­er­ship: Mas­ter the Small, Dai­ly Improve­ments that Set Great Lead­ers Apart

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September 1, 2021

There is no one path to lead­er­ship, and no sin­gle way to be a leader. Whether you’re lead­ing in a cor­po­rate, non-prof­it, or social set­ting, devel­op­ing your lead­er­ship prac­tice requires improve­ment across a num­ber of skills. Lead­er­ship con­sul­tant and for­mer cyber­se­cu­ri­ty exec­u­tive Andy Ellis shares 54 week­ly short, inspir­ing lessons that any­one, at any stage of their career, can use to cre­ate a work cul­ture of con­tin­u­ous improve­ment and strong leadership.

Lessons cov­er per­son­al lead­er­ship (self-devel­op­ment), team lead­er­ship (work­ing in small groups), and orga­ni­za­tion­al lead­er­ship (skills to guide dis­trib­uted teams). Lead­ers can use these as a clear ref­er­ence for improv­ing their lead­er­ship, coach­ing oth­ers along the way, and lead­ing more effec­tive, inclu­sive teams.

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