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Own your authority : follow your instincts, radiate confidence and communicate as a leader people trust / Marisa Santoro.

Santoro, Marisa, (author.).

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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781264258161
  • ISBN: 126425816X
  • Physical Description: xii, 233 pages ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York : McGraw Hill Education, [2021]

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Self-promote with ease and authenticity -- Own your authority as a thought leader with influence -- Fearlessly network: build your professional pipeline -- Yes! ask and expect it every time -- Speaking without apology -- Honing your intuition.
Summary, etc.:
"Peak up with clear communication and intention, thrive when taking consistent measured risk in your career-and become the influential and confident leader you know you can be. Too often, we become stuck in our own head, focus on our fears, and fail to breakthrough to our goals. To become an effective leader, you need to silence the self-sabotaging thought patterns and learn to trust yourself. Once you establish a trusted connection with yourself, career opportunities will follow. Career and personal empowerment coach, Marisa Santoro is a former Wall Street executive, who spent years navigating trading floors in a abrasive male-dominated industry. She learned that the key to leadership success was trusting yourself. In Own Your Authority, Santoro addresses the practical realities business professionals face and lays out a step-by-step blueprint on building self-trust-the foundation of confidence. Santoro identifies five aspects you need to own your confidence and lead with ease: Be clear on how you're perceived and how you relate with others. Be willing to act on instinct in the face of fear. Be aware of the instinctive yellow alerts flagging your indecision-they're there for a reason and they'll help you make the best decision. Trust your "intuitive gut gene," an instinct that helps you make bold moves. Speak out and openly express yourself without apology, restriction, or worry about other people's opinions. Self-confidence is a universal prerequisite for being an effective leader. As opposed to popular belief, you're not born with it-you develop it. With Own Your Authority, readers will learn to master their mindset, give themselves permission to break through the walls that have held them back, and become confident as influential leaders"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Leadership.
Success in business.

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