Jim Piper talks about the importance of presence in leadership.  He teaches the importance of being “all in” and totally present in the situation at hand, simplifying your focus to be more effective in all areas of life and tracking your own effectiveness to be more productive.  Successful, effective leaders plan, evaluate and learn, all of which take presence and focus.

Jim references “Good to Great” by Jim Collins and “The Advantage” by Patrick M. Lencioni in this episode.  Both books are great resources for growth and reference found in many a successful leader’s personal library.

If you’d like to hear more of Jim’s short coaching and teaching episodes check out:

Episode 17: Targets, Circles And People


Episode 26: Advice For Young Leaders

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