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LeadershipFIT For Everyday Living
LeadershipFIT For Everyday Living is a fresh approach to learning how to be an effective leader, and how to live out your best leadership life, no matter who you are, and where you are in your journey.
This book is more than just a book—it's a living resource that you can use day in and day out to equip yourself with useful strategies, tips and approaches for living your best leadership life.
You will discover and learn ways to:
fine tune your leadership mindset
give people reasons for connecting to your why, how and what for leadership
support you to be the best leader or follower of others
make important matters the most important matters in your leadership life
support you through the different seasons of leadership
provide you with a 'game plan' to know, be and do leadership better
inspire, instruct and influence you to live your best leadership life every day.
What others are saying about LeadershipFIT For Everyday Living
An excerpt from the Foreword by Professor Mick Dodson
For here and across the world, it is vital that Indigenous peoples work with non-Indigenous peoples to build, nurture and sustain better leadership relationships among people. The lives of today and tomorrow’s people are dependent on these relationships. Current and future leadership approaches and methodologies need to be more inclusive. These approaches and methodologies are opportunities to learn from and through Indigenous peoples. Indigenous peoples, our history and our enduring cultures, have a unique value-adding proposition and a lot to offer in discussions, development and implementation of new, timeless and dynamic approaches to leadership.
I believe the knowledge, teachings and wisdom found in LeadershipFIT for Everyday Living, can support these conversations and partnerships. Since 2001, I have observed Eddie Watkin develop into one of this nation’s finest leadership facilitators and educators of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous peoples. This being his first book will make a positive contribution to building, nurturing and sustaining better leadership relationships between people. It will certainly challenge you to think of leadership as an everyday life experience. But it will also inspire you to look for, encourage and to celebrate the best leadership that can be found in all of us.