Jul 20, 2015
Do you treat everyone the same? Have you ever said, I’m the boss? I know personally that I have not always been a good leader or even a good manager and I embarked on a journey many, many, many years ago to understand what makes a good leader and what makes a bad leader and how one can become an effective or more effective leader.
Along the path of my journey I have met some amazing people who have unique ideas about leadership. Some good. Some not so good. From each, I have learned. I consider myself very privileged to be able to share some of the really good ones with you on this show, It’s All About the Questions.
My guest on this episode is going to answer some questions around, Why is leadership critical? What are the three warning signs you are not a good leader? How does poor leadership play out in a workplace? And many more. She is also going to pose a few questions you need to be thinking about to become deliberate in your journey to becoming a more effective leader.
Cheryl Bonini Ellis is the author of Becoming Deliberate: Changing the Game of Leadership from the Inside Out. A former business executive-turned-entrepreneur, she helps business leaders achieve more and perform at higher levels so that they can get bigger and better results. She is a trusted advisor to business executives, entrepreneurs and professionals.
Passionate about personal development, Cheryl works directly with global thought leaders in business growth, leadership excellence, high performance and personal transformation. Her teachers and mentors include Jack Canfield, Brendon Burchard and John Maxwell.
Cheryl founded Ellis Business Enterprises LLC to help business owners and business executives get better bottom-line results by developing leadership ability at all levels in their companies. She created Leading with Impact and Intention, a leadership retreat for women, to encourage and enable women to embrace their personal power, and Essential Leadership Thinking, an audio training series for improving leadership impact and results.
She is an active volunteer member of the Morris County Chamber, having recently served as Chair of the prominent Women In Business Program, and currently as a Chamber Ambassador and on the Members’ Council.
For more information about other services and programs, visit her website www.ellisbusinessenterprises.com