About John Baldoni - Internationally Recognized Leadership Expert, Speaker and Author:
John Baldoni is a globally-recognized leadership educator, certified Master Corporate Executive Coach, and author of 14 books that have been translated into 10 languages.
John’s books include GRACE: A Leader’s Guide to a Better Us, MOXIE: The Secret to Bold and Gutsy Leadership, Lead with Purpose, Lead Your Boss, and The Leader’s Pocket Guide. John’s books have been translated into 10 languages.
In 2018 Inc.com named John a Top 100 speaker and Trust Across America honored John with its Lifetime Achievement Award for Trust. In 2019 Global Gurus ranked John No. 9 on its list of Top 30 global leadership expert, a list John been on since 2007. In 2014 Inc.com listed John as a Top 50 leadership expert. John is also a member of the renowned Marshall Goldsmith 100 coaches, a group of executive coaches and thought leaders from the worlds of business, academia and social service.
John established a career as a highly sought after executive coach, where he has had the privilege of working with senior leaders in virtually every industry from pharmaceutical to real estate, packaged goods to automobiles, and finance to health care.
John has authored more than 700 leadership columns for a variety of online publications including Forbes, Harvard Business Review and Inc.com John also produces and appears in a video coaching series for SmartBrief, a news channel with over 4 million readers. John is also the host of LinkedIn Live’s Grace under pressure interview series. John’s leadership resource website is www.johnbaldoni.com
What John Baldoni Speaks About:
GRACE under Pressure: Make This Your Finest Hour
Crisis can bring out the best in leaders; they must rise to the challenge of a world turned upside down. The very best leaders do this by leveraging their purpose with their sense of grace.
Grace is the generosity we show, the respect we give, and the compassion we demonstrate. Doing it as a leader, especially during challenging times, requires the ability to act for others and to energize everyone around us.
In his keynote, John Baldoni reveals how leaders use the concept of grace to help us learn, grow and fulfill the “greater good.” The presentation explores five key concepts:
- Generosity – the will to do something more for others
- Respect – the dignity of life and work
- Action – the mechanism for change
- Compassion – the concern for others
- Energy – the spirit that catalyzes us
MOXIE: The Secret to Bold and Gutsy Leadership
Leading others to achieve positive results is not easy. Not only must leaders be smart, they must be resilient. They need to be able to view challenges as opportunities. And if they are knocked down they need to find ways to pick up themselves as well as their teams. In short successful leaders have something that distinguishes them from others.
We say they have “moxie” – one part determination, one part smarts, and one part courage!
Leaders need to be opportunistic in the sense of wanting to make positive things happen. Leaders also need to have the disposition to succeed as well as the inner resourcefulness to persevere. We call this the “right stuff to lead,” or X-factors. Leaders know that risk is involved with most ventures so they must be willing to do things differently. They must be innovators.
And all good leaders know that they by themselves accomplish very little. They must engage with others in order to achieve sustainable goals for themselves, their teams and their organizations. Moxie is an attribute that successful leaders utilize to make a positive difference in the world in which they live.
In his keynote “MOXIE: The Secret to Bold and Gutsy Leadership,” John Baldoni will show how leaders can learn to:
- Mindfulness… Practice it consistently
- Opportunity… Capitalize on it
- X Factor… Put the “Right Stuff of Leadership” to work
- Innovation… Create pathways to success
- Engagement… Achieve intended results with others
Lead with Purpose
When an organization succeeds it is because they know what they do and why they do it. We say they have purpose.
When I speak to executives, I ask them: what would you give to have an entire company full of employees who know what they do, love it and want to keep on doing it. They smile wistfully knowing that such commitment is rare. But in reality it is only rare because companies do not take enough time nurturing such attitudes in the workplace.
It is up to leaders to make certain that organizational purpose is understood and acted upon. Based upon research and interviews with business executives in multiple sectors I have concluded that there are five key people-smart things that businesses must do to succeed in the new future.
In this presentation, John will explore:
- How defined purpose can help your team thrive and achieve
- Ways to make people your first priority
- How to turn good intentions into great results
- How to make employees “comfortable with the uncomfortable” (i.e. ambiguity)
- How make it safe to fail (and prevail)
- How to create your legacy with emerging leaders
John Baldoni is a focused, well-informed, and yet humorous observer, story-teller and true thought leader in the leadership development arena. He's never shied away from a pertinent question or failed to leave an audience smarter than he found them.
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