Excerpt- Communicate Effectively

“Knowing and owning your place and building your team set you up for success. Nonetheless, nothing will work unless you communicate effectively with key stakeholders. You won’t benefit from knowing and owning your place without communicating confidently and articulately. And you can’t build your team successfully without communicating effectively. Without effective communication, you are unlikely to overcome the first-timer syndrome.

Having a great team in place is a good start. But for the team to work together effectively and continue to perform well, you must have effective communication strategies. The antidote in this chapter will prepare you to connect with the people with whom you work closely and to communicate with key stakeholders with whom you interact frequently…” Antidote 4, Communicate Effectively, p. 93- 94

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Excerpt- Build Your Team

“Once you know your place and develop confidence based on your knowing, you own your place. These two antidotes focused on working on self, as effective and sustainable leadership begins with self. Though it is a good start, self-leadership isn’t adequate by itself, especially for first-timers. As no one claps with one hand, you cannot deliver quickly without creating a team that functions like a well-oiled machine from the get-go.

The next important task at hand is to build your team… One person is too small, too insignificant, and too insufficient to achieve extraordinary results. You need a team that functions coherently. However, that doesn’t happen unless you proactively invest your time and energy. The good news is that antidote 3 will give you a head start to fast-track your team’s growth to deliver quickly…” Antidote 3, Build Your Team, p. 79

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Excerpt- Own Your Place

“…Even if you don’t think you are unique or haven’t figured it out yet, you can still carve a path for yourself to shine where you are. You simply need to be creative to come up with approaches that position you to be invaluable. Regardless of your inexperience or feelings of inadequacy, you can still boost your confidence if you find what makes you shine. You can use it as a competitive advantage that solidifies your confidence.

Once you identify your uniqueness and locate the things that can give you an edge to remain invaluable as a first-timer, you should come up with some practical, bold, and immediate actions right away. Don’t waste time. You must assert and generate confidence before it’s too late. The sooner you take bold actions that deliver results, the quicker you own your place…” Antidote 2, Own Your Place, p. 68

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Excerpt- Benefits of Knowing Your Place

“Knowing your place adequately:
1. Allows you to start your first-timer position on the right footing.
2. Paints a positive first impression in the mind of the people you work with.
3. Positions you to begin your leadership from high round.
4. Prevents you from too much guessing, inadvertently stepping on other people’s toes, crossing red lines, bashing boundaries, and committing various ‘sins’ and offenses. As actress Toni Collette said, “The better you know yourself, the better your relationship with the rest of the world.”

Pause and review the above list, and evaluate which of these is true in your case (or in the case of your first-timer you’re coaching and mentoring).” Antidote 1, Know Your Place, p. 39

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