Zenger Folkman Leadership Podcast Get answers to today’s toughest leadership and development problems from thought leaders Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman!

Raise the bar on your leadership effectiveness! Imagine an organization where everyone takes responsibility for achieving good results. An organization where people have a personal sense of ownership, and there is little finger-pointing when things go wrong. If every leader were able to inspire accountability in others, it would not only better leverage leadership, but it would significantly increase bottom line results. What can a leader do to create a greater sense of accountability in others? Join Dr. Joe Folkman tomorrow to learn:

  • The 8 BEHAVIORS that increase accountability.
  • How we can get better at inspiring and motivating.
  • How to improve accountability within organizations.

Visit http://zengerfolkman.com/podcast/.

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Dr. Susan David (PhD), psychologist on faculty at the Harvard Medical School, co-founder and co-director of the Harvard/McLean Institute of Coaching, and CEO of Evidence Based Psychology, joins Dr. Jack Zenger and Dr. Joe Folkman in this edition of the Zenger Folkman podcast series.

Dr. David has worked with senior leadership of hundreds of organizations, including the United Nations, Ernst & Young, and The World Economic Forum. Her work has been featured in numerous publications, including the Harvard Business Review, Time, Fast Company, and The Wall Street Journal. An in-demand speaker and advisor, she is the author of Emotional Agility: Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and Thrive in Work and Life.

Download the eBook for "Emotional Agility - Master Challenges Without Getting Derailed"

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Given the pressing need for highly effective leaders in today’s recovering economy, organizations are wise to seek the most direct way to develop strong leaders.

During this podcast, Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman will discuss their research which proves that having strengths is what differentiates great leaders from their less effective counterparts. They’ll also offer proof that great leaders can indeed be developed and that using a strengths-based development process is the fastest way to move from “good” to “great.”

Join Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman to discover:
  • Why focusing on strengths is far more effective than a preoccupation with fixing weaknesses, which is promoted in most traditional development programs.
  • How building strengths greatly differs from correcting weaknesses.
  • A unique process for developing strengths.
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