Leading with Intention
Every Moment Is a Choice
Mindy Hall PhD
This book is available for download with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device, and with iTunes on your computer. Books can be read with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
Every interaction--whether you’re presenting to an entire organization or talking one-on-one with a colleague--is an opportunity to influence and inspire others to achieve extraordinary results Your ability to do that depends on two factors:
• How aware you are of your impact
• The care and discipline with which you choose your actions, day-by-day, moment-by-moment
Leading with Intention makes the connection between your leadership behavior and the bottom line and challenges you to make a profound, deliberate mark on both your organization and the world around you.
Informed by over twenty-five years of successful results and experience working with leaders in Fortune 50 companies, biotech start-ups, financial services firms, and nonprofit organizations, Leading with Intention provides real-life examples and practical tools for increasing your awareness and being more deliberate in your choices. You’ll want to apply its lessons immediately and return to it again and again as a trusted resource.
“Being ‘intentional’ is a simple concept that when applied is so powerful. It allows you to shape how you engage and are viewed as a leader. This book is going to be a must-read for my entire leadership team.”
--Michael Conway, Executive Vice President, Starbucks
“Leading with Intention is not leadership theory; it is leadership practice. It offers tools that you can begin applying right away and that integrate into your existing efforts.”
--Nicholas J. Valeriani, Chief Executive, West Health
“Presence may be the metacompetency of effective leadership. In Leading with Intention, Mindy Hall gives you the pragmatic tools to be present with yourself, your colleagues, and your life to manifest your deepest, most heartfelt intentions.”
--Kevin Cashman, Senior Partner, Korn Ferry, and best-selling author of Leadership from the Inside Out and The Pause Principle