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Today’s leadership 5 minute hack is from Kate Johnson, former president of Microsoft in the United States, an American multinational technology corporation with 238,000 employees and a net income of 73.4 billion dollars. Today, Kate is the CEO of Lumen Technologies.
Discover how shifting your mindset from being an 'implementer' to an 'owner' can transform your approach to problem-solving and strategic thinking, ultimately guiding your team to success. Kate explains the importance of stepping out of your comfort zone and embracing challenges to achieve greater heights in your leadership effectiveness.
Subscribers can watch the video to learn more in this week’s leadership hack.
You should NOT be vulnerable at work!
Yes, you read that right. Vulnerability is about exposing a gap and doing so can actually cause far more harm than good. Leading with vulnerability on the other hand, is exposing a gap and then demonstrating what you are doing to close the gap. I interviewed over 100 of the world’s top CEOs and surveyed 14,000 employees to figure out how to combine vulnerability with leadership so that you can create trust, unlock the potential of those around you, and drive business performance.
Learn more in my brand new book!
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