Summary of Why Should the Boss Listen to You?
The Seven Disciplines of the Trusted Strategic Advisor
Follow this advice to get CEOs and executives to listen to you...in fact, to invite you in and seek your counsel.
Crisis management and PR consultant James E. Lukaszewski offers some guidance to people who want to make a career out of advising CEOs and other key executive managers. The author practices what he preaches by keeping the book focused, positive and concise. In the first part, he teaches you what matters to CEOs, why and how they think, and how to become an asset to their work. In the second part of the book, Lukaszewski devotes a chapter to each of the seven traits a successful CEO adviser needs. The list covers a combination of personal traits, patterns of thought, and skill at communicating with executives. This book will be most useful in helping you break away from a staff view of your company, so you can learn to evaluate situations from a CEO’s perspective. getAbstract thinks this outlook will be useful to anyone who wants to be an effective adviser.
In this summary, you will learn
- How CEOs think and what they need
- Which seven traits you need to be a CEO’s strategic adviser
- How to be a “verbal visionary”
- How to use a “Three-Minute Drill” to format and deliver proposals to the CEO
Comment on this summary
4 years agothe section on the final page - section 6 Advise Constructively and the 3 minute drill make this abstract worth reading. In a world of soundbites and limited time to get your point across this is really helpful. I will update further when I have 'given it a go'
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