How can leaders generate loyalty, turn enemies into allies and allies into devoted followers? Sometimes we must go back in order to move forward. Join Phillip Barlag, an executive director of leadership consulting firm, World 50, and author of “The Leadership Genius of Julius Caesar,” as he shows us how Caesar’s life and career lessons highlight the qualities needed for any leader to increase collaboration, camaraderie and success!
In this episode, you’ll discover:
- The leadership essence of Caesar and how it applies to current workplace culture.
- Why your leadership actions should be based on the organization as a whole in order to gain a broader leadership picture of your team’s potential.
- Servant leadership and how it positively impacts and moves the organization towards a common goal.
“Bet on yourself” situations always pay better dividends.
– Phillip Barlag
Ask yourself: What action steps can you take in order to lead your team with power, instead of force?
Leave your answer in the comments below.
Additional Leadership Resources
- Check out these books he recommends: The Richest Man That Ever Lived: King Solomon’s Secrets to Success, Wealth and Happiness Steven K. Scott
- Get our free report: The Secrets of Becoming a Remarkable Leader
- Sign up for our free video training series, 20 Days to Remarkable Leadership.
- Get your free copy of my inspiring e-book, 101 Ways to Unleash Your Potential.
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