This week on the Drop In CEO, leadership coach and educator Dr. Stanley J. Ward shares how he builds relationships based on strengths and empowers leaders to acknowledge where they are today. Listen in as Deborah and Dr. Ward discuss how to avoid burnout, the cost of a core value, and why leaders need conceptual skills.
Dr. Stanley J. Ward is an accomplished leadership coach and educator. His clients have included high-potentials, vice presidents, C-level leaders and business owners in both for-profit and nonprofit settings including aerospace and defense, design, manufacturing, and sales organizations. Since 2011, he has used 360 feedback and other assessments to help leaders maximize strengths and correct liabilities, often using Prosci's ADKAR model to ensure the awareness, desire, knowledge, ability, and reinforcements needed for sustainable change.
Besides his coaching work, Dr. Ward is a professor, a writer, a cyclist, a fan of fountain pens, and a Tai-Chi enthusiast.
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Learn more about Dr. Ward’s books here:
Ethical Leadership: A Primer https://www.amazon.com/dp/1788110374/ref=cm_sw_em_…
How to Beat Burnout for Yourself, Your Family, and Your Team
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