If implemented, it has the power to literally transform the relationships of those you love the most and help you become a significant leader at work and in your community. If you can admit to the areas in your life where you tend to disconnect – personal, family, team, organization, and community – and if you are willing to deal with them.
In their new book, 5 Gears: How to Be Present and Productive When There is Never Enough Time, Jeremie Kubicek and Steve Cockram suggest relational intelligence is the future competitive advantage for leaders. It is becoming the primary currency of leadership influence.
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In today’s episode, Jeremie and I discuss:
- Why leading well is similar to driving well and how to apply the 5 gear analogy
- The differences between understanding the various gears at home versus work
- The importance of being able to recognize when a shift is appropriate or necessary
- And much more!
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Books Jeremie Recommends
Leadership and Self-Deception: Getting Out of the Box by the Arbinger Institute
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