Leadership Is What You Do
You Really Can Learn the Behaviors of the Best Leaders
Become the Kind of Leader Who Makes People Better
You want to be a better leader. You know you can be better than you are. And you would like to believe that there are behaviors and strategies out there that would make you a much better leader. Are there?
Watch our five foundational videos:
An Introduction to Admired Leadership
End Lingering Questions
Why Is Leadership Development Such a Confusing Mess?
You’ve read the books. Been to expensive seminars. Listened to gurus. But for all the time and effort, you still have the same struggles and frustrations. The same lingering questions.
- Which framework is the right one?
- Why all the psychological gymnastics?
- Are tips, hacks, and clichés really enough?
- What are you supposed to actually DO?
Admired Leadership® Is the Answer for You and Your Team.
Over the last 30 years, we’ve studied more than 12,000 leaders to uncover the foundational routines and behaviors of leadership excellence.
These insights were shared exclusively with elite private clients. No books. No videos. No public talks. But now, you can have digital access to learn 100 behaviors of the most admired leaders.
We believe leadership is defined by what you DO.
In Search of
Are Leadership Secrets Really Still Out There?
This introductory video, “In Search of Admired Leadership,” explores our hunt for leadership behaviors over the last 30 years.
You will learn how Admired Leadership came to be. And you’ll hear from top leaders who have been transformed by the behaviors they’ve embraced.
Your Simple Path to Admired Leadership®
1. Sign up for our five free foundational videos: An Introduction to Admired Leadership®
2. Watch all five videos to understand our foundational perspectives on leadership
3. Get access to our full 10-module course
Learn 100 Specific Behaviors of the Very Best Leaders
Admired Leadership® is now offering digital access to scores of key behaviors in ten important categories.
- Making People Better Through Feedback
- Why Should Anyone Follow You?
- The Secret of Inspiring Others
- Elevating Performance and Holding Others Accountable
- What the Best Leaders Know About Relationships
- Making Great Decisions
- Propelling Change
- Making the Time to Lead
- Forging a Team of Leaders
- Lasting Personal Change
The modules cover the areas of greatest challenge for all leaders.
10 modules. 10 behaviors. Each behavior explained in a video about 10 minutes or less.
Each video also includes everything you need to start making real changes in the way you lead:
• A Behavior Map
• Study Questions
Watch Our Five Foundational Videos: An Introduction to Admired Leadership
Foundational Video 1
A Behavioral View of Excellence
The psychological view of leadership often looks at the differences and how to lead in different scenarios. Instead, the behavioral approach of leadership asks a question that is much simpler. What behaviors do the most Admired Leaders have in common?
Foundational Video 2
On Being an Authentic Leader
The best leaders lead everywhere in life. They are who they are at work, at home, in their community, with their kids and with their colleagues. Too many leaders have an on and off switch and act differently around each of their team members and within different communities. This module discusses authenticity and why we believe that authentic leadership is what you do consistently.
Foundational Video 3
The Difference Between Technique and Routine
Admired Leadership shows that excellence has routines. A technique is something that you do in order to get an effect for a situation, whereas a routine becomes a habit and is something that you incorporate into your style all the time. In this video, we’ll discuss why it is important to incorporate the Admired Leadership behaviors into your routines.
Foundational Video 4
What Counts as Leadership Wisdom
What sets an Admired Leadership behavior apart? This module will discuss the characteristics of how Admired Leadership behaviors are timeless, self-evident, actionable, behavioral, universal, and context-free.