Lesson Category: Empower and Delegate

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About Founder and Leaders247

Founder Gordon Whitehead Dr. Gordon E. Whitehead specializes in leadership and organizational development with a particular interest in helping emerging leaders accelerate their leadership growth. His career includes 13 years in the United States Marine Corps where he served both as an enlisted man and as an officer. He left the Marines as a Captain …

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Continuing Your Development

At Leaders247 we believe that reading is one of the best training grounds for leaders. To continue developing your skills in dealing with Empowering and Delegating we have selected these books for you to consider. You can click on the image and it will take you to the book purchase page on Amazon.

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Seven Red Lines

Have you ever been given a project to do that didn’t seem possible and yet you were the only one who knew it wasn’t possible? At Leaders247 we love this comedy sketch entitled “The Expert” because it teaches a few simple principles that we need to remember when making assignments to others. Listen to your …

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A Common Complaint

A Common Complaint A common leadership complaint by many of the emerging leaders we interview is that sometimes their boss won’t delegate or give clear direction. In this section we leverage the thoughts of Steve Jobs to help leaders understand the importance of engagement, empowerment, and delegation. At the same time, it is important to understand what …

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Steve Jobs

Collaborate Steve Jobs is famous for his energy and passion. Steve Jobs passed away in October of 2011 after having led Apple to be one of the largest market cap companies in the world at $1 Trillion.[1] In this video Jobs explains the importance of engaging with those who have been empowered and given delegated …

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Working with Peers

Lynda Gratton is a London Business School professor and co-author of “The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity.” She also has an interesting article published with the Harvard Business Review entitled, “The Third Wave of Virtual Work.” We feel her research is important and helps underscore our feelings on the importance of …

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The Importance of Social Capital

SocialCap In today’s knowledge world leaders must be able to work with their peers and peer groups across the entire organization. In this section we discuss the general ecosystem of power, influence, and social capital. It is essential to have social capital in order to help your part of the organization thrive. In the next …

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