Live energized and empowered with inside-out confidence. Be resilient in these intense and unpredictable times. Experience the passion and purpose of Spirited Leadership: 52 Ways to Build Trust.
Spirited Leadership is your uplifting real-world toolkit for staying competitive and relevant – to living on purpose and fulfilled. You are far more powerful than you imagine. This best-selling classic will show you how to ignite and harness the power that lies within to navigate the changing world of business and life and learn to skyrocket to success with less stress.
Competence alone is not enough to succeed. You need relational capital based on trust. That is your greatest asset, your competitive advantage. People help people they trust and like. Learn to be a magnet for promotions, referrals and good breaks with Ellen’s proven framework for success and success principles.
The 52 Ways and choices equip you to use obstacles for breakthroughs — not breakdowns. The 52 Ways did that for the author, Ellen Castro. What some would call beating her head on the glass ceiling at an oil company in the mid-1980s was really the devastating, demoralizing experience of losing her soul at work. But that experience was her launching pad for sharing with others the way to get off the exhausting treadmill of “never enough” and onto an energizing, amazing path of happiness and meaningful success. You can, too, with Spirited Leadership!
Spirited Leadership: 52 Ways to Build Trust, now in its fourth edition, is a global best-selling classic in the fields of business, leadership and trust. The third edition received an International Latino Book Award in 2014 for its updated exercises and insightful applications and solutions. Practical, clear, concise and chock-full of earned wisdom, this workbook is perfect for individuals and teams wanting to increase their emotional intelligence and leadership skills – to motivate and inspire excellence in others through example. Authenticity is irresistible!
Be uplifted and positively challenged! Build your leadership muscle and emotional stamina to achieve greater success with and through people. Strengthen your personal brand value and reputation by defining and living by your values. Get lasting results with gems of wisdom for the workplace and a life well lived. Live your unique imprint of excellence, service, generosity and love today and leave that legacy for future generations.
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About the Author
A valued partner in many industries-ranging from high tech to entertainment to education-as well as the government and non-profit sectors, Ellen has worked with small teams at startups and large teams at Fortune 500 companies. Her clients have include Adobe, American Airlines, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Deloitte Consulting, Ericsson, Fidelity Investments, Frito-Lay, Head Start, Mary Kay, McAfee, Southern Methodist University, Texas Instruments, United Way, Univision and Verizon. Always constructive, pragmatic and solution-focused, Ellen delivers tangible results that have a solid and lasting impact on her clients' bottom line and long-term success.
As a frequent media guest and best-selling, award-winning author, Ellen has touched millions of people around the world with her messages about the potential and power of the human spirit. Her latest book, Happy in Spite of People, received glowing reviews around the world for its common-sense approach to embracing all personality types on the job and in life. The third edition of her classic, Spirited Leadership: 52 Ways to Build Trust, received an International Latino Book Award. Now in its fourth edition, this timeless resource continues to be used by thousands of leaders to revitalize their teams with trust.
Ellen earned a MEd from Harvard and a MBA from Southern Methodist University, where she served on the faculty of the Edwin L. Cox Business Leadership Center for more than 15 years. She had the honor of teaching the inaugural Latinas and Leadership class at the University of North Texas in 2015.