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[FLR] | Quiet Leadership is Still Leadership

Happy Friday!
 
Can you hear it?
 
Silence.
 
It is often thought that a leader needs to be highly vocal. While it is important to share your perspective it is also important to create space for others to have a voice at the table.
 
Quiet leaders, are often the most effective; they lead from a place of quiet strength.
 
FastCompany | Quiet Leadership is Still Leadership
 
IVEY | Learning From Quiet Leaders
 
Entrepreneur | Making The Case For ‘Silent Leadership’’ 
 

 
CJ | What do Grocery Shopping and Careers Have in Common?
 
TEDx | Quiet Confidence: Follow the Introverted Leader
 
Leading, along the road with you!
 
Alan
 
P.S. You might be asking yourself, “What are my options for training and professional development within the Public Service? Am I in the right kind of role within the Public Service? How do I leverage my previous experience to move toward more senior levels?” Join our lunch and learn webinar for public servants on May 22 from 12 – 1 pm EDT to learn how to we can help.
 
P.P.S. You may be wrestling with the question of whether you are in the right career for you, and where to go from here. Perhaps you know precisely the role that you are looking for, but are having a hard time finding it in today’s competitive market. Register to join our CareerClass “Career confusion? Ask Alan – Find clarity and take control” on Wednesday, May 23 from 12:00pm – 1:00pm.