(Authentic Gravitas) [EBOOK/PDF] È Rebecca Newton

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Authentic GravitasTo make the best contribution and add value to an organisation or workplace in a way that is congruent with having integrity and being yourself Aligning impact with intention Committing to being courageous and curious How to best collaborate wi. Newton draws on extensive research and experience coaching business leaders to show what underpins authentic ravitas and how anyone can develop it She presents the counterintuitive idea that in order to be valued we shouldn't spend all our time and energy trying to stand out idea that in order to be valued we shouldn't spend all our time and energy trying to stand out the crowd; instead we should focus on the crowd connecting with others and understanding their needs in "order to make a significant differenceNewton debunks the myths of ravitas and "to make a significant differenceNewton debunks the myths of ravitas and readers the practical tools to develop it by Minimizing This book was Stevo s Business Book of "the Week for the week of 324 as selected by Stevo s Book Reviews on the Internet You "Week for the week of 324 as selected by Stevo s Book Reviews on the Internet You find me at or search for me on Google s Book Reviews on the Internet You find me at or search for me on Google many reviews and recommendations Much to be desired Great book about how. Have a powerful impact by being like yourself rather than less through this Charlie O. and the angry A's groundbreaking approach taught at the London School of Economics and companies worldwideOrganizational psychologist and executive coach Rebecca Newton has found that even her most successful clients still want of one ualityravitas They Want Their Words To Carry Weight To Have A want their words to carry weight to have a lasting impact on those around themGravitas can seem like an elusive intangible uality but it isn't about adopting the style of another or being someone you're not.