How people work, communicate, collaborate, and manage responsibilities has changed. Knowing how to build influence and lead others without title or authority, no matter what your role, is now a workplace necessity.
No one needs to appoint you, promote you, or nominate you. You decide. It's not rank that will get you results; its the actions.
In The Titleless Leader, you will discover uncommon behaviors that will enable you to:
Using the revolutionary tactics laid out in The Titleless Leader, you'll turbocharge your career and discover how to get things done...even without a title.
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About the Author
Nan S. Russell has shared her workplace insights and practical wisdom with a wide variety of people, from coal miners and Navy engineers to college students and senior leaders at nonprofits and Fortune 100 corporations, igniting passions, crystallizing thinking, and changing results. She's a national speaker, consultant, and radio host, the award-winning author of Hitting Your Stride, a blogger for PsychologyToday.com, and the job-loss recovery expert for Job-Hunt.org. Her column, "Winning at Working," can be found in more than 90 publications. Nan has a B.A. from Stanford University and an M.A. from the University of Michigan. She lives with her husband in northwestern Montana.
Table of Contents
Part 1 From the Outside: What Does It Look Like?
Chapter 1 Operating With Trust 21
Chapter 2 Better Together 37
Chapter 3 The Whole Person 51
Chapter 4 Using Differences 67
Chapter 5 Making It Personal 83
Chapter 6 Dependable Politics 97
Chapter 7 Painting Pictures 111
Chapter 8 Cornerstone Behaviors 121
Part 2 From the Inside: How Does It Happen?
Chapter 9 Sharing Your Gifts and Passion 133
Chapter 10 Being Ego-Detached 147
Chapter 11 Becoming an Independent Thinker 157
Chapter 12 Expecting the Best 169
Chapter 13 Transitioning After Change 179
Chapter 14 Facing in the Right Direction 189
Part 3 From the Practical Side: When?
Chapter 15 Implications for Your Work 205
About the Author 233