This week, Elayna Alexandra and Lynette Winter met with Phil Harkins, the co-founder and chairman of Prossimo Global Partners and the visionary behind Leaders24, a global summit for leaders. In today’s conversation, we cover: The...
This week, Elayna Alexandra and Lynette Winter met with Phil Harkins, the co-founder and chairman of Prossimo Global Partners and the visionary behind Leaders24, a global summit for leaders.
In today’s conversation, we cover:
The importance of conversations in leadership and organizational development
Team work, performance, and category one teams
How trust impacts team work, and how high-performing teams develop trust
Effective communication in high-risk environments
Practicing vulnerability in leadership positions
About Phil Harkins: Phil is an internationally-known expert in the areas of organization development, leadership, communication, executive advising, CEO succession planning, and strategy development. Through his work, he has led hundreds of organizations toward better performance, strategic advantage, and performance excellence. Phil has authored original research on emerging global leaders, leadership, succession, progression, and development, change management, and communication, as well as the impact of a sound strategic planning process.
Phil has also written several books, including Click! which takes communications to the next level in helping leaders to combine communications with their ability to connect with others. His landmark book, Powerful Conversations: How High-Impact Leaders Communicate, is widely read and highly acclaimed as the textbook for honing leadership communications.
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Keywords: #leadership #powerfulconversations #communication #strategicplanning #succession