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John Baldoni

Executive Coach, Virtual Presenter, Best-selling author of 14 books at Baldoni Consulting LLC

Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States

John Baldoni is a globally recognized leadership educator, certified Master Corporate Executive Coach, and author of 15 books that have been translated into ten languages.

John’s thought leadership is reflected in his writing as well as his choice of media: columns, videos and books. John also integrates piano improvisations into his keynotes which he illustrates with his still life photos. John is also the host of LinkedIn Live’s GRACE under pressure interview series, a platform that has enabled him to interview more a hundred global business, academic and thought leaders and doers.

John’s books include Grace Notes: Leading in an Upside-Down World, GRACE: A Leader’s Guide to a Better Us, MOXIE: The Secret to Bold and Gutsy Leadership, Lead with Purpose, Lead Your Boss and The Leader’s Pocket Guide.

In 2021, the International Federation of Learning and Development named John a World-Class Mentor and named him to its Hall of Fame. Also in 2021, Global Gurus ranked John a Top 20 global leadership expert, a list he has been on since 2007. In 2018 Inc.com named John a Top 100 speaker and Trust Across America honored John with its Lifetime Achievement Award for Trust. In 2014 Inc.com listed John as a Top 50 leadership expert.

John is also a member of the renowned Marshall Goldsmith 100 coaches, a group of executive coaches and thought leaders from the worlds of business, academia and social service.

John established a career as a highly sought after executive coach, where he has had the privilege of working with senior leaders in virtually every industry from pharmaceutical to real estate, packaged goods to automobiles, and finance to health care.

John has authored more than 800 leadership columns for a variety of online publications including Forbes, Harvard Business Review and Inc.com John also produced and appears in a video coaching series for SmartBrief, a news channel with over 4 million readers.

Available For: Advising, Consulting, Speaking
Travels From: Ann Arbor MIchigan
Speaking Topics: Leadership, Influence, Purpose

Speaking Fee $15,000

Personal Speaking Website: www.johnbaldoni.com
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August 23, 2021
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August 23, 2021

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Leading thorough Change & Crisis: GRACE under pressure

Crisis can bring out the best in leaders; they must rise to the challenge of a world turned upside down. The very best leaders do this by leveraging their purpose with their sense of grace.

Leaders need to demonstrate resilience in the face of adversity, provide clarity in times of uncertainty, and deliver hope when fear abounds. And do it all with a sense of grace that reflects humility, empathy and respect for others.

In his keynote, John Baldoni reveals how leaders use the concept of grace to help us learn, grow and fulfill the “greater good.” The presentation explores three concepts:
• Take Care of Your Team (Adversity, Stress, Resilience, Affirmation)
• Take Care of Yourself (Make This Your Finest Hour!)
• Prepare for What’s Next (Capitalize on the Crisis)

MOXIE: The Secret to Bold and Gutsy Leadership

Leading others to achieve positive results is not easy. Not only must leaders be smart, they must be resilient. They need to be able to view challenges as opportunities. And if they are knocked down they need to find ways to pick up themselves as well as their teams. In short successful leaders have something that distinguishes them from others.

We say they have “moxie” – one part determination, one part smarts, and one part courage!
Leaders need to be opportunistic in the sense of wanting to make positive things happen. Leaders also need to have the disposition to succeed as well as the inner resourcefulness to persevere. We call this the “right stuff to lead,” or X-factors. Leaders know that risk is involved with most ventures so they must be willing to do things differently. They must be innovators.
And all good leaders know that they by themselves accomplish very little. They must engage with others in order to achieve sustainable goals for themselves, their teams and their organizations. Moxie is an attribute that successful leaders utilize to make a positive difference in the world in which they live.

In his keynote “MOXIE: The Secret to Bold and Gutsy Leadership,” John Baldoni will show how leaders can learn to:
• Mindfulness… Practice it consistently
• Opportunity… Capitalize on it
• X Factor… Put the “Right Stuff of Leadership” to work
• Innovation… Create pathways to success
• Engagement… Achieve intended results with others

Lead with Purpose: Give Your Organization a Reason to Believe in Itself

When an organization succeeds it is because they know what they do and why they do it. We say they have purpose.

When I speak to executives, I ask them: what would you give to have an entire company full of employees who know what they do, love it and want to keep on doing it. They smile wistfully knowing that such commitment is rare. But in reality it is only rare because companies do not take enough time nurturing such attitudes in the workplace.

It is up to leaders to make certain that organizational purpose is understood and acted upon. Based upon research and interviews with business executives in multiple sectors I have concluded that there are five key people-smart things that businesses must do to succeed in the new future.

In this presentation, John will explore:
• How defined purpose can help your team thrive and achieve
• Ways to make people your first priority
• How to turn good intentions into great results
• How to make employees “comfortable with the uncomfortable” (i.e. ambiguity)
• How make it safe to fail (and prevail)
• How to create your legacy with emerging leaders

Company Information

Company Type: Individual

Areas of Expertise

Leadership 63.99
Management 77.68
HR 35.35
Mental Health 53.11
Social 30.14
Culture 30.39
Innovation 30.04

Industry Experience

Automotive
Consumer Products
Federal & Public Sector
Financial Services & Banking
Healthcare
High Tech & Electronics
Media
Other
Pharmaceuticals
Retail

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Publications

22 Article/Blogs
In praise of doing something completely different with your career
Smart Brief
October 01, 2021
Cassady Rosenblum wrote of this trend in an essay for the New York Times in which she cited the example of a worker in China who quit his job abruptly, then went home to lie flat in bed. He's posted an image on Baidu (China's version of Google) saying, "Lying Flat is Justice.” Elsewhere, a recent tweet that begins “i don’t want to have a career” has exceeded 400,000 likes. This issue is personal for Rosenblum, who recently quit her job as a news producer and returned to her parents' home in West Virginia.

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Tags: Management, Leadership, Culture

Dignity At Work
Forbes
September 24, 2021
As employers create hybrid workplaces, keeping the notion of dignity front and center creates a workplace where people want to be. It makes a value system where people feel they can contribute and want to contribute significantly.

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Tags: Management, Leadership, HR

Decision-Making: How To Take The Long View
Forbes
September 17, 2021
Looking to history is a way to gain perspective. Historians benefit from hindsight, yes, but their methodology of who, what, why, and how is helpful in scenario planning.

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Turn Your Organization Into A Community
Forbes
September 10, 2021
Grace shapes the values that bind members to one another. Values underscore people to feel wanted. They believe they have a stake in the outcome. They know they belong. Grace transforms an organization into a community.

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Tags: Management, Leadership, Culture

Branch Rickey: Doing Well By Doing Good
Forbes
September 03, 2021
By some accounts, he might have been the godliest man in baseball. He attended church regularly. He didn’t drink. And he was happily married with six children. Some called him "The Mahatma” (holy one).

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Tags: Management, Leadership, Culture

Baseball's Work-Life Lessons
LinkedIn
August 29, 2021
According to Commissioner Rob Manfred, the league lost $2 billion last year due to ballpark closures due to the pandemic. Fans are back at the stadium this year, but for how long? Delta variant may cause a thinner or a non-existent crowd. If so, it will mean another year of diminished revenues just as the league begins another round of collective bargaining with the players. Billionaires versus millionaires, as sports wags like to say. Little sympathy for either.

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Tags: Leadership, Culture

Finding Strength In Humility
Forbes
August 27, 2021
One thing they don’t teach in business school is humility.

That was a line I would sometimes drop in my presentations, and it never failed to get a laugh. Everyone it seemed—regardless of whether they had attended b-school or not—knew the kind of self-importance and, yes, arrogance that newly minted graduates might display. Their MBA swagger lasted until they hit their first roadblock at work, and it threw them for a loop. That setback may have been an early lesson in humility.

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Tags: Social, Leadership, Culture

Questions for the Hybrid Workplace
LinkedIn
August 22, 2021
The demand for employees is escalating so much so that as Neil Irwin wrote in the New York Times: “For the first time in a generation, workers are gaining the upper hand.” An executive with Randstad North America told the Times, "Companies are going to have to work harder to attract and retain talent." This factor alone would make it wise for employers to consider why and bring workers back to the office.

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Paul McCartney Delivers A Master Class In Creativity
Forbes
August 20, 2021
"3,2,1 McCartney" is a celebration of the human spirit—its potential for creativity, individually and collaboratively. This documentary succeeds on several levels. What emerges is an inside look at the creative process.

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Two Faces of Courage
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August 18, 2021
In his book, Profiles in Courage, John F. Kennedy, then a senator, wrote about three pressures that kept his fellow senators from acting with courage. that kept his fellow senators from acting with courage.  While Kennedy wrote about what he called “political courage,” his insight

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If This Is the Worst That Happens...
LinkedIn
August 15, 2021
The other day, right before the Fourth of July weekend, the ice maker in our refrigerator died. The weather was hot, and the gin and tonics were ill-suited to warmth.

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To Our Friends
LinkedIn
August 08, 2021
So what is a friend?

It is a word bandied about so often that it make lose its value. We label acquaintances as friends. We label colleagues as friends. We label social media contacts as friends. They may be one day but not until there is a “give and take,” reciprocity of doing for one another. Friends ask for nothing in return, but we do it because we want to.

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Aim Low and Be Happier
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August 02, 2021
Keep your expectations low. That’s the “advice” a friend of mine and fellow golfer once received from a golf pro he had hired for lessons. That line has been the source of much teasing amongst us fellow golfers. “How cruel” and “How low,” we say as we laugh, knowing in

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On This Fourth of July
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July 04, 2021
“United we stand” seems an odd notion In our time of division. We speak now more of what divides us than what unites us.  Division is what brought us to now. We separated from an Empire to become a Republic. We separated races so one could serve another. We separated into North and South fo

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Wither Wisdom?
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May 25, 2021
Recognizing Wisdom Recognizing wisdom is a matter of observation. Life is seldom tidy and learning occurs at the edges when we may least expect it. Learning often occurs when we least expect it: a defeat, an act of compassion, a note of love.  Recognizing wisdom is a matter of choice. It comes

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Find Your Own Safe Space
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May 10, 2021
When Ocean Vuong learned that his uncle had died, he took a long walk through the streets of New York City. His uncle whose death was a suicide was only three years older than Vuong; the two had been close. As Vuong walked, he noticed something, which he explained in an interview with Krista Tippet,

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Richard Feynman’s Lessons for Life (and Leaders)
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April 16, 2021
Richard Feynman won the Nobel Prize for physics in 1965.  Making the complex understandable was a specialty of Dr. Feynman. Even though seriously ill with cancer, Feynman signed on to the committee investigate the Challenge space shuttle explosion in 1986. In testimony before a congressional commi

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Burnout Stops with Self-Care
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April 09, 2021
“Employers need to be mindful of the pace of work demanded from their teams and the impact on the teams’ effectiveness,” said Dr. Millard Brown, senior vice president of medical affairs at Spring Health and a practicing psychiatrist by training, in an interview with me. “Ther

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Going Back to the Office
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March 15, 2021
Louis Carter and David Burkus, two colleagues of mine from Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coaches, have written about going back to the office. I quote them and their work in this new article for SmartBrief. Here is an excerpt. There is always a tension between the wishes of management and what employees ar

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Hymn to Inspire
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February 28, 2021
I am seated at the piano because I am remembering my grandmother. She was a gifted piano player. She also taught music and played in her church. Every morning before my grandfather went to work, she would sit down and play songs. And he would sing along. It was a great way for both to … Contin

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Love = Respect
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February 16, 2021
There’s a famous quote from the grizzled football coach Vince Lombardi. “I don’t necessarily have to like my players and associates. But as their leader, I must love them. Love is loyalty. Love is teamwork. Love respects the dignity of the individual. This is the strength of any or

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John Baldoni Library
LinkedIn
July 02, 2020
The John Baldoni Library features "nuts and bolts" management/leadership advice that includes over 200 published articles and 150 coaching videos. The database is searchable by topic.

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17 Books
El líder moxie: La fórmula secreta para un liderazgo audaz y valiente
Amazon
July 19, 2021
Los líderes de hoy en día necesitan ser conscientes tanto de sus circunstancias como de sus fortalezas y debilidades. Necesitan tener la disposición para triunfar, pero también para ser recursivos y perseverar. Los líderes deben estar dispuestos a hacer cosas novedosas, y también a inspirarse en rasgos ya probados, como la audacia y la valentía.

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Grace Notes: Leading in an Upside-Down World
Printopya
June 01, 2021
Grace Notes: Leading in an Upside-Down World addresses the fear, isolation, resilience and endurance that faced leaders in an unprecedented time. The arc of the book, marked with ups and downs, begins in a place of darkness but ends in a place of light and hope.

Grace Notes reveals how leader can become more resilient and more capable of leading themselves and their teams. The author’s photography provides an added dimension that augments the tone and provides visual punctuation.

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Grace: A Leader's Guide to a Better Us
Amazon
February 07, 2020
John Baldoni’s new book on the power of grace is a must-listen for all of us, particularly for anyone seeking to serve in a leadership role. In a world where good manners and courtesy sometimes seem to have gone out of style, this audiobook is a practical guide for bettering relationships in all types of human connections.

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A COMEDIC SUMMARY OF John Baldoni's MOXIE: THE SECRET GUIDE TO BOLD AND GUTSY LEADERSHIP
Amazon
April 18, 2019
I figured this book would depict a guy in a fedora with a cigar in his hand who fast talks like a stereotypical 1920’s gangster, “Yeah see, those coppers will never finger me, see, I got moxie, see. You stool pigeons are making Rocky mad see, so beat it bozo or it will be curtains for you, see.” Alas I was mistaken. It is a simple acronym. MOXIE is an acronym that stands for (SPOILER ALERT!!!) Mindfulness Opportunity X-factor Innovation Engagement. This is a good book. I like it. If you can master these five traits you are a bold and gutsy leader.

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MOXIE: The Secret to Bold & Gutsy Leadership
Taylor & Francis
September 09, 2014
MOXIE explores how leaders leverage mindfulness to engage, inspire and lead more effectively.

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The Leader's Pocket Guide
AMACOM
September 09, 2012
The Leader's Pocket Guide provides managers and coaches with ready access to insights into leading self, peers and the organization.

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GRACE: A Leader's Guide to a Better Us
Indigo River Publications
September 09, 2012
GRACE: A Leader's Guide to a Better Us illustrates how leaders bring individuals together for a common cause by acting with generosity, respect and compassion.

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180 Ways to Walk The Motivation Talk
Amazon
March 19, 2012
It's one of the most important yet underutilized factors affecting business today. And, fact is, your very success hinges on the ability of leaders throughout your organization to make it happen. It's called MOTIVATION ... and it's what this handbook is all about. This quick-reference handbook provides leaders at all levels with insights, strategies, and "how-to" techniques they can use immediately to "light a fire" under others ... and themselves.

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Lead with Purpose: Giving Your Organization a Reason to Believe in Itself
Amazon
November 30, 2011
Internationally recognized speaker, executive coach, writer, and leader John Baldoni believes it’s up to those at the top to bring meaning to employees’ day-to-day work. In this encouraging guide, he’ll show you what it takes to build a company of committed employees from your current workforce--using nothing more than a toolkit of powerful leadership skills. Featuring illuminating stories, interviews, and profiles of leaders from a variety of fields, Lead with Purpose can help all leaders take their organizations to the next level. You’ll learn how to: instill your team with a sense of ownership; spotlight your organization’s mission; encourage resourcefulness and flexibility; harness creativity and the desire to succeed; transform a shared vision into real results; and develop the next generation of leaders.At successful organizations, people know what they do and why they do it. With these practical tips and applicable techniques, you’ll not only improve your leadership skills--you’ll bring a sense of purpose to your workplace that produces incredible outcomes.

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Tags: Management, Leadership, HR

12 Steps to Power Presence: How to Assert Your Authority to Lead
Amazon
April 06, 2010
Acclaimed author, speaker, and coach John Baldoni maintains that “leadership presence” is a form of communication, which therefore can be learned. But merely thinking good thoughts and voicing good intentions is never enough; ethical actions are the cornerstone of any leader’s position. In this succinct, provocative, no-punches-pulled read, he demonstrates how managers can improve their presence strategically and tactically to develop the trust of their people so that they can accomplish their goals and the goals of the organization. Baldoni't book 12 Steps to Power Presence does this by defining what genuine leadership presence is, including the five attributes of authority, and discussing right and wrong ways to demonstrate leadership based on real-life examples. Readers will learn: how to communicate objectives in ways that get people on board--even when it comes to tough subjects like layoffs, closures, and terminations; how to avoid the pitfalls of “analysis paralysis”; how to instill genuine pride in your team members for their own work and the company’s; and how to share your insights with your team to coach them and create future leaders. Philosophers and management theorists have endlessly debated--and just as endlessly written about--the most important qualities of the world’s top leaders. Ultimately, 12 Steps to Power Presence will guide you through the process of discovering, developing, and delivering on the most impactful leadership trait within your control: your presence.

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The AMA Handbook of Leadership
Amazon
January 13, 2010
Filled with powerful examples, full case studies, and previously unpublished articles from the greatest leadership thinkers of our time, this game-changing guide features insights on a wide range of timely and timeless leadership topics. You’ll learn about talent development, gaining a competitive advantage through leadership, leading across cultures, sustainability, executive transition, and much more. The AMA Handbook of Leadership features new writing from names including Frances Hesselbein, R. Roosevelt Thomas, Jr., Dave Ulrich, John (Jack) Zenger, Nancy J. Adler, John Baldoni, Judith M. Bardwick, Marshall Goldsmith, James F. Bolt, Marc Effron, Joe Folkman, Colin Gautrey, Paul Hersey, Maya Hu-Chan, Beverly Kaye, and Paula Kruger.In a challenging business climate, enterprises look to their leaders. Some situations call for drastic change, while others require the fortitude to stay the course. With these insightful tips from the leadership experts, any business leader will be equipped to overcome challenges and drive results.

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Lead Your Boss: The Subtle Art of Managing Up
Amazon
October 14, 2009
Acclaimed leader John Baldoni teaches ambitious managers how to get their ideas heard--and acted upon. In Lead Your Boss, he provides readers with both a powerful new approach and timeless methods for influencing their bosses and their peers and earning rapport with senior leadership teams. You’ll how to leverage positive traits--like initiative, resilience, empathy, and courage--to manage up, and will explore proven strategies for: developing spheres of influence, handling tough issues, asserting yourself diplomatically, putting the team first, persuading up, establishing trust, using organizational politics to everyone’s advantage, and inspiring others throughout your organization. Every manager on the move wants to have influence at the top. Featuring instructive stories based on real-life experiences from leaders at all levels, this secret weapon for middle managers reveals effective, tactical advice for becoming a key player in any organization even before you reach the C-Suite.

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Lead by Example: 50 Ways Great Leaders Inspire Results
Amazon
October 08, 2008
To be effective, the people in charge must give their team a reason to follow them and work together. Lead by Example reveals the simple things that you can do every day to give your team a reason to believe in and follow your guidance. It would seem easy, but as leadership guru John Baldoni explains, establishing this level of trust in your abilities as a leader takes a lifetime of trying to put it into practice. In his award-winning book, readers will learn how to do this by: listening for ideas; managing around obstacles; defusing tension; checking their egos; standing up for what they believe in; managing crises; developing team confidence; recruiting good people; effectively delivering bad news; handling defeat; and even engaging their enemies. Great leadership requires decisiveness, authority, conviction, compassion, and, most important, the ability to set the right example. Filled with examples of visionary leaders who have overcome their own shortcomings and achieved greatness, Lead by Example will show readers how to build trust, drive results, and win the respect of the people they lead.

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Great Communication Secrets of Great Leaders (POD)
Amazon
January 13, 2005
Great Motivation Secrets of Great Leaders explores the leadership styles of many of the world's most influential leaders in business, the military, sports, and politics and extracts powerful lessons that managers can put to work in their organizations. Drawing upon his years of experience as a leadership consultant, visionary, and coach, John Baldoni, author of the highly successful Great Communication Secrets of Great Leaders:

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Great Communication Secrets of Great Leaders
Amazon
July 08, 2003
Great Communication Secrets of Great Leaders gives anyone from managers to executives an unparalleled opportunity to do just that. John Baldoni explores the communication styles of many of the world's most influential leaders and extracts powerful lessons that leaders of all stripes can use to improve their communication skills and overall leadership effectiveness. Drawing upon his years of experience as a top leadership consultant, visionary and coach, Baldoni:

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Personal Leadership : Taking Control of Your Work
Amazon
January 02, 2001
First-time managers are gripped by two overriding emotions: the thrill of being in charge, and the terror of being in charge. First-time managers want to do what is right for themselves, their people, and their organization, but all too often they do not have the resources to help them.
Now they do!

Personal Leadership: Taking Control of Your Work Life provides skill-building information that first-time managers can use to become leaders.

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180 Ways To Walk The Leadership Talk
Amazon
November 22, 2000
Do your people know the difference between being a "boss" and being a "leader"? They better! Fact is: Your bottom line is ON the line! It's no secret that leadership (or the lack of it) is the most critical factor affecting your current and future business success. Yet far too many key people are expected to assume leadership roles without being given the guidance and support necessary to do the job ... and they're struggling. They need help. They need tools. More than anything else, THEY NEED A MAP to show them the way. And here it is! 180 Ways To Walk The Leadership Talk is a quick-reference handbook packed with ideas, techniques, and strategies to help current and future leaders shape an environment that attracts and retains the people you need and produces the results you want.

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John Baldoni: Speaker Sizzle Reel 2021
John Baldoni
July 05, 2021
Highlights of John Baldoni's in-person + virtual presentations.

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15 Podcasts
GRACE under Pressure: John Baldoni with Ron Carucci
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August 19, 2021

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GRACE under pressure: John Baldoni with Susan Fowler
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August 19, 2021

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GRACE under pressure: John Baldoni with Deanna Singh
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August 11, 2021

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GRACE under pressure: John Baldoni with Sanyin Siang
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August 11, 2021

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GRACE under pressure: John Baldoni in Memory of Kent Taylor
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August 11, 2021

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GRACE under pressure: John Baldoni with Mark Goulston, M.D.
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August 07, 2021

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GRACE under pressure: John Baldoni with Leslie Ehm
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August 06, 2021

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GRACE under pressure: John Baldoni with Mark Goulston, M.D.
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August 06, 2021

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GRACE under pressure: John Baldoni with Michael Useem
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July 29, 2021

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GRACE under pressure: John Baldoni with Bill Flynn
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July 22, 2021

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GRACE under pressure: John Baldoni with Leah Weiss, Ph.D.
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July 15, 2021

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GRACE under pressure: John Baldoni with Bonnie Marcus
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July 13, 2021

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John Baldoni: Mini-Sizzle Reel
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July 08, 2021

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GRACE under pressure: John Baldoni with Laura Berland + Evan Harrel
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July 06, 2021

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GRACE under Pressure
LinkedIn
July 02, 2020
GRACE under pressure features live video interviews with business leaders, psychologists and authors who provide clarity in times of crisis. The show airs twice-weekly on LinkedIn Live, Periscope and YouTube. It is also available as a podcast on iTunes.

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