Short-cut to the Corner Office

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Published on March 5, 2009

Author: liljesspaul

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Tips on getting to the corner office, faster
What's required to be a leader? What should be the priorities? The author shares from her experiences, having become a CXO of a Fortune 1000 organization before the age of 35.

Short-cut to the Corner Office Jessie Paul

Idea 1: Leaders Lead

Manager Vs Leader Managers Manage set goals Allocate resources Resolve conflicts Track progress Suggest improvements Leaders Set organizational vision Inspire teams Unlock potential Generate energy Create resources

Managers

Manage set goals

Allocate resources

Resolve conflicts

Track progress

Suggest improvements

Leaders

Set organizational vision

Inspire teams

Unlock potential

Generate energy

Create resources

Idea 2: Leaders control your (and their) destiny

Control the Variables Decisions Risk taking Prioritization Confidence Passion

Decisions

Risk taking

Prioritization

Confidence

Passion

Idea 3: You can’t have it all

Do you really want to be a leader? What is most important to you? Will your family support your ambition? At what price point? What compromises can you afford, emotionally, and financially? What motivates you to get out of bed every morning?

What is most important to you?

Will your family support your ambition? At what price point?

What compromises can you afford, emotionally, and financially?

What motivates you to get out of bed every morning?

Hedgehog vs Fox – Jim Collins What you are deeply passionate about What you can be the best in the world at What drives your economic engine Representation Kelly O’Keefe ; Concept:

Idea 4: Leaders are self-elected Copyright: Alan Einstein

Grab the Corner Office Leaders are seldom appointed Leaders start performing the next higher role and wait for it to be formalized Leaders do not patiently wait for the incumbent to retire! Go looking for opportunity, instead of waiting for the knock

Leaders are seldom appointed

Leaders start performing the next higher role and wait for it to be formalized

Leaders do not patiently wait for the incumbent to retire!

Go looking for opportunity, instead of waiting for the knock

Idea 5: You are a Brand

ABCD Model of Product Evaluation A – Added Value B – Behavioral Change C – Complexity D - Diffusion Source: David E Bell, Harvard Business School

A – Added Value

B – Behavioral Change

C – Complexity

D - Diffusion

Marketing Tools PR Awards Online presence Events Thought Leadership Copyright: Duchamp I have provided attribution and links where possible for the pictures. Omissions are not intentional. This is not a commercial presentation.

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