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The Language of Leaders How Top CEOs Communicate to Inspire, Influence and Achieve Results

The traditional model for what constitutes a good leader is changing and CEOs and HR professionals now say the ability to understand, motivate and inspire others is the characteristic that is most important when recruiting senior leaders. Based on original interviews with an extraordinary list of 60 top leaders from a wide range business and public sectors, The Language of Leaders, now in paperback, provides a unique insight into how they have responded to the demands of a transparent world, reports on what they have learned, and creates a lexicon for successful communication. Their message is.

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  • "The traditional model for what constitutes a good leader is changing and CEOs and HR professionals now say the ability to understand, motivate and inspire others is the characteristic that is most important when recruiting senior leaders. Based on original interviews with an extraordinary list of 60 top leaders from a wide range business and public sectors, The Language of Leaders, now in paperback, provides a unique insight into how they have responded to the demands of a transparent world, reports on what they have learned, and creates a lexicon for successful communication. Their message is."@en
  • "CEOs and HR professionals now say the ability to understand, motivate and inspire others is the characteristic that is most important when recruiting senior leaders. Based on interviews with over 60 extraordinary leaders from a wide range business and government sectors, this book provides a unique insight into how they have responded to the demands of a transparent world, reports on what they have learned, and creates a lexicon for successful communication. Their message is resoundingly clear--communication is now a crucial skill of leadership. Topics include: why trust is essential to leadership; how to engage and motivate people; what characteristics to look for when hiring leaders; what steps are needed to take in order to become a more effective communicator. This second edition includes new interviews with a dozen industry leaders ranging from a financial services ombudsman to education and health care professionals, many of them hard hit by the recession. --"
  • "Chairmen and CEOs of high-profile global organizations talk about how they have risen to the challenge of inspiring, influencing and achieving great results and reveal what they believe about successful communicating in the age of transparency."@en
  • "The difference between competent communication and inspiring communication can be the difference between poor performance and outstanding results. The traditional model for what constitutes a good leader is changing and CEO's and HR professionals now say the ability to understand, motivate and inspire others is the characteristic that is most important when recruiting senior leaders. Based on original interviews with an extraordinary list of 60 top leaders from a wide range business sectors, The Language of Leaders provides a unique insight into how they have responded to the demands of a transparent world, reports on what they have learned, and creates a lexicon for successful communication. Their message is resoundingly clear - communication is a now a crucial top three skill of leadership. It is only through mastering this skill that leaders can effectively engage with people within and outside an organization and ultimately build trust - the essential pre-requisite of success. Filled with actionable lessons and insights from leading CEOs of high-profile global organisations, The Language of Leaders is a book that anybody in a leadership position, or who aspires to lead, should read and keep on their desks."
  • "Inspiring communication can make the difference between poor performance and exceptional results. This is why CEOs and HR professionals now believe that the ability to understand, motivate and inspire others is the characteristic that is most important when recruiting senior leaders. Many leaders wrongly perceive they have to become inspired orators if they are to inspire others. Wrong. Language is a system of communication, so the issue is: What system should leaders use to inspire brilliant results? This is the question Kevin Murray answers in The Language of Leaders. Based on original interviews with an extraordinary list of more than 70 top leaders from a wide range of business and public sector organizations, this book provides a unique insight into how these leaders have responded to the demands of a transparent world. It reports on what they have learned and creates a lexicon for successful communication. The message from these leaders is resoundingly clear - communication is now one of the most crucial skills of leadership. Filled with actionable lessons and insights from leaders of high-profile organizations, The Language of Leaders is an invaluable book for anybody in a leadership position, or who aspires to lead."

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  • "The Language of Leaders : How Top CEOs Communicate to Inspire, Influence and Achieve Results"
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  • "The language of leaders : how top CEOs communicate to inspire, influence and achieve results"
  • "The language of leaders : How top CEOs communicate to inspire, influence and achieve results"@en
  • "The language of leaders how top CEOs communicate to inspire, influence and achieve results"@en
  • "The language of leaders how top CEOs communicate to inspire, influence and achieve results"