Leadership is not linear. It’s not what they teach you in school. Case studies are artificially neat and clean. Rather, good leaders have honed situational awareness skills that constantly absorb, process, and adjust to changing dynamics and variables. They recognize the complex system of politics, individual motivations, group dynamics, external forces, and technical matters as well as their ability to react to and influence those variables as situations develop. We bring clarity to things by setting goals, understanding and communicating…
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Hi, I’m Tom Catalini, author of Career Leap Year and other books on professional development.
I’ve struggled and succeeded as I worked my way up from the front lines to the executive suite, across a dozen different industries.
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What are the attributes of a good presentation and how can you adapt them to the next one you develop? Below are three links – two videos and an article – that clearly and concisely lay out some of the best presentation tips and simple truths about great presentations. The first video teaches us that: You’ve got to tell a story Go low tech in the preparation phase (don’t start off in PowerPoint!) For design, less is more Rehearsal is perhaps…