Growth and Development
In this exclusive Methods of 100 Coaches course, Marshall Goldsmith, a pioneer in the field of business education and leadership coaching, teaches how to overcome behavioral problems that are keeping people from being great in their careers. The Growth and Development course is based on Marshall Goldsmith’s best-selling book, What Got You Here Won’t Get You There.
What You’ll Learn:
What Delusional Self-Confidence Is
20 Behaviors Even The Most Successful People Need To Stop
Actionable Steps to Overcome Ineffective Habits
COURSE: GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT | RUNTIME: 1 HOURS 20 MINUTES
Whether you’re a manager or a high-level executive, chances are the skills you need in that role are not the same you needed when you started. What got you “here” won’t get you “there.” In this course, leadership expert Marshall Goldsmith shows you how to identify and stop those bad habits that are holding you back from achieving your highest success.
- You Are HERE – 6:30
- Identifying Limiting Habits – 07:30
- Recognizing Personal Behaviors – 13:30
- Mastering Your Emotions – 10:00
- Checking Your Interpersonal Behaviors – 12:30
- Communicating Clearly – 09:30
- Cleaning Up Your Management Style – 12:00
- Dealing with Goal Obsession – 08:00
- How to get THERE – 06:00
About Marshall Goldsmith
Marshall Goldsmith is a widely renowned thought leader, author, and executive coach. He first gained his reputation as an early pioneer of 360 degree feedback, something which, at the time, revolutionized the leadership sphere and now remains standard practice. His contributions to the business world and leadership realm are immeasurable. He further expanded on his legacy with his creation of the Marshall Goldsmith’s 100—his pick of the world’s top executive leaders and coaches which all receive highly effective training from Marshall himself. He’s been called one of America’s top 50 great leaders by the Wall Street Journal, as well as having won the Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Teaching by the American Management Association. He currently teaches executive education at Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business.
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