Price Pritchett, PhD
you2 promotes an unconventional strategy for achieving breakthrough performance. This powerful new method replaces the concept of attaining gradual, incremental success through massive effort. Instead, it puts forth 18 key components for building massive success while expending less effort.
- Multiply personal effectiveness
- Quit trying harder
- Think beyond what common sense would allow
- Make your move before you’re ready
- Look inside for the opportunity
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Unlocking Your Authentic Self
Jennifer Hunt, MD
In Unlocking Your Authentic Self, physician leader and executive coach Jennifer Hunt teaches you practical and easily applied tools. The book offers realistic skills to overcome impostor syndrome and live your best possible life. Start your journey now and learn to:
- Disarm your cruel inner critic and still strive for growth
- Replace negative thought loops with 3 positive reframing tools
- Let go of unhealthy perfectionism and crush procrastination
- Find the pearls of truth in criticism without sacrificing self-confidence
What if a single book could give you a powerful new lens--to see yourself, your potential, and your gifts? Well, this is it. This book is your personal Rx for spiritual, emotional, and professional growth.
Register for the Oct. 19th discussion.
The Leader's Compass for Medical Professionals
Robert M. Underwood, MD, MHCDS and Dennis F. Haley
Here's the challenge: While physicians are highly skilled in the clinical care arena, they rarely have the formal leadership training they need for the new roles they're being asked to take on. They're trained to be rugged individualists steeped in the hard science of medicine—but they also must be team players with soft skills that enable them to empower, influence, and motivate.
The Leader's Compass for Medical Professionals brings this dilemma to life in a compelling and readable way. Authors Robert M. Underwood, MD, MHCDS, and Dennis F. Haley tell the story of Dr. Adam Phillips, a surgeon who has a daunting leadership role practically thrust upon him. Watching Dr. Phillips navigate the pitfalls and peaks of this journey—guided by one of his patients, a retired U.S. Army colonel who becomes his mentor—both enlightens and entertains.
Register for the Nov. 16th discussion.
There are 168 hours in a week—this is a new approach to getting the most out of them. It’s an unquestioned truth of modern life: we are all starved for time. With the rise of two-income families, extreme jobs, and the ability to log on to the world 24/7, life is so frenzied we can barely breathe. But what if we actually have plenty of time? What if we could sleep eight hours a night, exercise five days a week, and learn how to play the piano without sacrificing work, family time, or any other activity that is important to us? We can. If we re-examine our weekly allotment of 168 hours, we’ll find that, with a little reorganization and prioritizing, we can dedicate more time to the things we want to do without having to make sacrifices.
Drawing on the stories of successful people who have fulfilled their goals by allocating their time according to these principles, 168 Hours is a fun, inspiring, and practical guide that will help men and women of any age, lifestyle, or career get the most out of the time and their lives.
The idea is simple: You don't have to choose between being a pushover and a jerk. Using Radical Candor―avoiding the perils of Obnoxious Aggression, Manipulative Insincerity, and Ruinous Empathy―you can be kind and clear at the same time.
Radical Candor is about caring personally and challenging directly, about soliciting criticism to improve your leadership and also providing guidance that helps others grow. It focuses on praise but doesn't shy away from criticism―to help you love your work and the people you work with.
Radically Candid relationships with team members enable bosses to fulfill their three core responsibilities:
1. Create a culture of Compassionate Candor
2. Build a cohesive team
3. Achieve results collaboratively
How Women Rise
Sally Helgesen and Marshall Goldsmith
Leadership expert Sally Helgesen and bestselling leadership coach Marshall Goldsmith have trained thousands of high achievers -- men and women -- to reach even greater heights. Again and again, they see that women face specific and different roadblocks from men as they advance in the workplace. In fact, the very habits that helped women early in their careers can hinder them as they move up. Simply put, what got you here won't get you there . . . and you might not even realize your blind spots until it's too late.
Are you great with the details? To rise, you need to do less and delegate more.
Are you a team player? To advance, you need to take credit as easily as you share it.
Are you a star networker? Leaders know a network is no good unless you know how to use it.
Sally and Marshall identify the twelve habits that hold women back as they seek to advance, showing them why what worked for them in the past might actually be sabotaging their future success.