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Ask Don't Tell Leadership - How To Create Alignment, Engagement, & Accountability

Ask Don't Tell Leadership - How To Create Alignment, Engagement, & Accountability

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Leadership book written for leaders looking for a way to improve their leadership ability by asking more and telling less. This method has been proven to create stronger alignment, team engagement, and demonstrable accountability. This leadership book is written by Gary B. Cohen, McGraw Hill Author of Just Ask Leadership.
Leadership book written for leaders looking for a way to improve their leadership ability by asking more and telling less. This method has been proven to create stronger alignment, team engagement, and demonstrable accountability. This leadership book is written by Gary B. Cohen, McGraw Hill Author of Just Ask Leadership.

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 page 4 page 6 page 8 page 10 page 12 page 14Whose Decision Is It?What Is My Guiding Question?How Does Your Ego Get in the Way of Leading?How Do I Demonstrate I Am Listening?Leadership Motivates Action?Why Shouldn’t I Try to Solve Everyones Problem?
Illustrations by Corey Sauer
ASK, DONT TELL
 An E-Book by Gary B. Cohen
 
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About Gary B. Cohen
 As President and Co-founder of ACI Telecentrics, Inc., Gary Cohen grew the company from twopeople to 2,200 employees and reached $32 million in sales at the company’s peak. ACI grew
at an average compounded rate of over fifty percent for almost thirteen years. Currently, he is
Partner and Co-founder of CO2 Partners, LCC, operating as an executive coach and consultant.His international client list runs a wide range of organizations—from small entrepreneurialcompanies to multi-billion-dollar enterprises. His book Just Ask Leadership is being publishedby McGraw Hill and will be released September of 2009.Gary received his B.S. from the University of Minnesota, where he triple-majored in InternationalBusiness, Intercultural Communications, and International Political Science. Prior to attendingHarvard Business School (Owner President Manager Program), he attended Covey LeadershipCenter and Disney Creative Leadership workshops. He has served on numerous boards,including Outward Bound National Advisory Board, All Kinds of Minds, Shalom Home Alliance, Alzheimer Board of Governors, American Teleservices Association, I.C. Systems (one of the
nation’s largest collection agencies), and Richfield Bank. He has been a member of TEC
(The Executive Committee) and written or been recognized in articles for Wall Street JournalEurope, Wall Street Journal Asia, Financial Daily News, USA Today, Washington Post, Business
Week, Wall Street Reporter, Venture Magazine, Paul Pioneer Press, and Profits Journal. He
has been a columnist for JobDig, writing exclusively on the topic of leadership. Among hismany accomplishments, he was an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award Finalist (Inc.Magazine) and Henry Crown Fellow (Aspen Institute); in addition, ACI was recognized as oneof Venture Magazine’s Top 10 Best Performing Businesses and Business Journal’s 25 FastestGrowing Small Public Companies.
ASK, DONT TELL
 An E-Book by Gary B. Cohen

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