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Phil Hodges

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Review del Libro de Un Líder como Jesús de Ken Blanchard y Phil Hodges

El Club de BookLovers

Una segunda entrega de una review de un libro fundamental en esta era, especialmente para los líderes de las organizaciones, familias y grupos ante la incertidumbre.

25mins

10 Apr 2020

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Phil Hodges: Should Leaders Apologize?

Lead Like Jesus: Leadership Starts on the Inside

Phil Hodges is a co-founder of Lead Like Jesus and a co-author of Lead Like Jesus Revisited as well as five other books. Phil also has an extensive background in the marketplace through his involvement in Labor Union negotiations as well as years as an executive with Xerox and US Steel.  In today's podcast Phil discusses the topic of an Effective Apology, how to say “I’m Sorry” so that it communicates that we truly own our mistakes. Phil talks about a difference between “Owning” our mistake versus “Explaining” what happened. When we default to explaining our actions rather than owning them, we ultimately divert from and distract from the actual issue. How we apologize as leaders at home or work speaks volumes and has the potential to build trusting relationship or to destroy trust almost in an instant.    Fess up when you mess up... Own it... Don'r Explain It...

20mins

22 Mar 2018

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Phil Hodges: Leading through seasons of change

Lead Like Jesus: Leadership Starts on the Inside

Phil Hodges is a co-founder of Lead Like Jesus and a co-author of Lead Like Jesus Revisited as well as five other books. Phil also has an extensive background in the marketplace through his involvement in Labor Union negotiations as well as years as an executive with Xerox and US Steel.  In today's podcast Phil discusses Change, a topic that’s very present in every organization and in the life of every leader. Leading change is not easy. Change is easier for some and harder for others. Phil explains how leaders can steward the time of change in order to protect relationships while assuring forward movement. During the time of change leaders tend to see the positives. His or her team may be more reluctant, have unanswered questions and may not be as ready to move ahead. Phil uses the example of Jesus and how He led His team through a season of change with resolve and with patience.

25mins

15 Mar 2018