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CHAPTER 6: The Skillset



In order to be an effective leader, there are two categories of "must-have" skills you should develop.

The first involve your ability to manage yourself, and they include productivity management, priority management, and crisis management.

The second set of skills are those that enable you to work well with others. 

We will be sharing tools and suggestions to assist in each of these areas.

To access these resources, simply click on the links below.

Chapter 6 Resources

articles: 5 Tools to Take Charge of Your Personal Productivity

If you're overwhelmed by the plethora of productivity tools out there, then this article is a perfect way to shortcut your search. Read it and see whether these tools could be right for you.

Article: 5 Tools to Take Charge of Your Personal Productivity

Tools: David Allen's Getting Things Done

David Allen is widely recognized as the world’s leading authority on personal and organizational productivity.

We highly recommend his Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology.

Listen to Les McKeown's interview w/David Allen

Purchase the Book: Getting Things Done

Evernote Users: Check out the GTD Evernote Guide

articles: 4 Things That Keep Employees Loyal

Here's one more reason why it's so important for leaders to work well with others.

It could mean the difference between keeping your best employees or losing them to your competitors.

4 Things That Keep Employees Loyal

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