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Marsha Egan, CSP - Workplace Productivity Coach and E-mail Expert Marsha Egan, CSP - Workplace Productivity Coach and E-mail Expert
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Dateline: Nantucket, MA
Wednesday, April 3, 2024


Here’s a follow-up to this week’s Monday Motivating quote by Robin  S. Sharma? The quote is, “Leadership is not about titles; but about impact and influence.”

About those fancy titles – don’t get me wrong, titles clarify position and power.  And have their use. But real leadership is about the mark you leave, the influence you have.

It’s about making a difference that lasts long after you’re gone. So, let’s focus on being the kind of leaders who truly inspire and make a positive impact on those around us.

What can you do to increase your impact?

  1. Lead by Example: Actions speak louder than words. Demonstrating integrity, authenticity, and dedication in your own actions sets a powerful example for others to follow. People are more likely to trust and respect a leader who practices what they preach.
  2. Effective Communication: Communication is key in leadership. Listen actively to understand others’ perspectives and concerns, and communicate your vision and ideas clearly and persuasively. Effective communication fosters trust, fosters collaboration, and inspires confidence in your leadership abilities.
  3. Invest in Personal Development: Continuously strive to improve yourself and expand your knowledge and skills. Whether it’s through formal education, mentorship, or self-directed learning, investing in personal development not only enhances your own abilities but also increases your credibility and influence as a leader.

That’s what really matters in the end, don’t you think?

About Marsha Egan, CPCU, CSP, PCC, ICF-Certified CoachMarsha Egan, is CEO of the Egan Group, Inc., Nantucket MA and an internationally recognized professional speaker. She is a leading authority on email productivity. Her acclaimed ?12 Step Program for E-Mail E-ddiction? received international attention, being featured on ABC Nightly News, Fox News, and newspapers across the globe. In early 2009, the program was adapted into a book, Inbox Detox and the Habit of E-mail Excellence (Acanthus 2009 - http://InboxDetox.com/book) Marsha works with forward-thinking organizations that want to create a profit-rich and productive email culture. Marsha was named one of Pennsylvania?s Top 50 Women in Business in 2006.
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Dateline: Nantucket, MA United States
Cell Phone: 610-780-1640
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