Table of contents for The language of leaders : how top CEOs communicate to inspire, influence and achieve results / Kevin Murray.
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Introduction: communicate to inspire
Part One: Why you need to be a better communicator if you want to lead
1- Napoleon's leadership legacy
2- Leadership transformed - life in the fishbowl
3- The 12 principles of leadership communication
Part Two: The fundamentals
4- Learn to be yourself, better
5- Provide a framework for leadership and action, through mission and values
6- Communicate the future to drive the present
7- Bring the outside in and focus on building relationships and trust
8- Engage and align through conversations
Part Three: Communicate, communicate, communicate
9- It's all about them - the need for audience centricity
10- The inspiring effect of listening leaders
11- Stand up to stand out - why you need a point of view
12- The power of stories
13- Watch out for the undermining signals beyond the words
14- Prepare properly for public platforms
Part Four: Conclusion
15- Learn, rehearse, review, improve; become fluent in the language of leaders
16- If you remember nothing else…
Meet the leaders interviewed for this book
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Chief executive officers.
Communication in management.