Ego Free Leadership: Ending the Unconscious Habits that Hijack Your Business

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2018 Indie Book Award Finalist

Take your ego out of the equation, and watch your company thrive!
”I’ve got a solution,” Encore’s CFO tells Brandon, ”but it’s unorthodox.” It’s 2005 and Brandon Black has just been promoted to CEO of Encore Capital, a company struggling to navigate an increasingly difficult business environment. Faced with a rapidly declining stock price and low workplace morale, Brandon knows he needs change—and fast. Following his CFO’s advice, he and his executive team start working with Learning as Leadership (LaL) and its president, Shayne Hughes. Through their partnership, Encore’s executive team learns to root out the unproductive ego habits that undermine collaboration and performance.

As they instill these more effective behaviors throughout the organization, Encore begins to solve problems collectively, prioritize resources without infighting, and focus on the initiatives with the greatest strategic value. When the financial crisis of 2008-09 forces 90 percent of its competitors out of business, Encore thrives, with its profits increasing by 300 percent and its stock price by 1200 percent. Told from two lively first-person perspectives, Ego Free Leadership brings readers along for Encore’s incredible success story. They’ll see a CEO overcome his unconscious resistance to modeling the change he wants in his team and discover a time-tested roadmap for eliminating the destructive effects of the ego in teams and organizations.

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2 Responses to Ego Free Leadership: Ending the Unconscious Habits that Hijack Your Business

  1. Anonymous says:

    How is your need to validate your self-image holding back you and your team? This was a great read. While I usually get some tidbit of good advice from self-help books, this one has helped me turn a corner. Through reading this book, I have chosen to stop judging myself. The effect of always wondering if I’m okay has been like a constant acid drip on my confidence and enjoyment of life. This book is like a stick of dynamite to that question – the question has become (is becoming) irrelevant. Focusing on what I want to create, realizing that it begins with me, and…

  2. Anonymous says:

    I can imagine it being wonderful for families to read together This is a book to be treasured. Although I am retired and therefore not now in an organizational leadership position, I find the book invaluable in meeting the challenges and opportunities of daily life. The book is about ego-free life, not merely leadership, and in addition to its utility in the workplace, I can imagine it being wonderful for families to read together, and life partners to share, and individuals to savor. As a psychologist, I find the concepts in this book academically and…