I am usually not a fan of completing audits.
Keeping records of minutiae has never been my strength.
Even though I have by no means kept a perfect record of what I have been up to over the past couple of weeks, the insights have been powerful.
They have certainly helped me get out of the weeds so I can become clearer about ways – to quote today's interview guest – multiply my impact.
Richard Medcalf of Xquadrant specialises in helping successful people magnify their impact.
He offers a number of terrific ideas including how to:
- Harness your curiousity to increase your influence
- Lead strategically when there is already too much to do
- Use a concept called prisons and fortresses to make sure you get to the things that really matter
And plenty more too.
>> Click here to access the interview as well as some other practical takeaways, including a checklist to help you lead strategically when there is already too much to do.
Davina has been helping experts communicate complex ideas since joining McKinsey as a communication specialist 20+ years ago.
She helps experts clarify their thinking so they can prepare powerful and strategic communication in any format. It might mean preparing for a difficult meeting, getting ready for a project steering committee, putting forward a business case or writing a board paper.
She bases her approach on The Minto Pyramid PrincipleⓇ combined with other powerful techniques to help experts of all kinds globally strengthen their communication skills.