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Victor shared some wise perspectives from his book Lead Inside the Box. Working through his 2x2 leadership framework, we got some insight on how to engage work different categories of people differently. By doing so, you can get optimal results from everyone—from the “slacker” to the “exemplar.”
— YOU'LL LEARN —
1) The potential life-threatening implications of not managing your leadership capital.
2) Specific watch-outs and pro tips for working with four different categories of people.
3) How to deliver tricky feedback to the folks who need to hear it.
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— ABOUT VICTOR —
Victor Prince is the Managing Director of DiscoveredLOGIC, a strategy consulting and training firm that serves clients in the US and overseas. He has 20+ years of experience in corporate and government leadership positions. As a Bain & Company consultant, he led strategy engagements with clients in the US, UK, France and Spain. As an executive at Capital One, he managed internet marketing strategy. As a member of Washington DC Mayor Fenty's cabinet, he led the CapStat performance accountability program. As the Chief Operating Officer of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, he helped build a new federal regulatory agency and led a division of 300-plus people.
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