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The 12 Laws Of Driving Exceptional Performance

 

How is it that some leaders can demand the most of you in such a way that you love them for it? When Dale Dauten and J.T. O’Donnell studied such leaders they came up with this surprising concept: MANDATORY GREATNESS. Said another way, creating a team that exceeds expectations is no accident.


Dauten and O’Donnell have turned their interviews with hundreds of exceptional leaders into a fast and entertaining read. Their new book unfolds as a conversation between a young everyman manager and a wise veteran consultant, a woman who’s been described as having “skirts of steel.”

In this webinar, they will discuss the 12 Laws they outline in their book:

The 12 Laws:

  1. You and your team are a commodity product until you prove otherwise.
  2. Leadership is a magnificent intolerance.
  3. Bureaucracies evolve ; organizations devolve.
  4. Criticism is a compliment.
  5. Never trust a manager who loves everything you do.
  6. Put the fish on the table and let everyone smell it.
  7. They ALWAYS KNOW.
  8. Understand who’s ready for a not-ready assignment.
  9. Fear is your friend (and “Are you crazy?” is that friend winking at you).
  10. Choose “respected” over “liked.” The love comes later.
  11. If you’re certain, you’ve wimped out.
  12. One sentence is worth a thousand meetings.

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Watch this special presentation on these 12 Laws of Driving Exceptional Performance. Presenters: J.T. O'Donnell and Dale Dauten, authors of Mandatory Greatness: The 12 Laws Of Driving Exceptional Performance.   WATCH NOW ►   Photo Credit: Shutterstock
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