Steve Adubato discussed leadership and moderated a panel of distinguished leaders for Felician University's Business Symposium.
LESSON IN LEADERSHIP:
Great leaders use the
power of empathy.
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"Steve Adubato has been our communication and media coach at Hackensack University Medical Center for several years. He is such a professional. As President and CEO, it’s important that the public really understands the message coming from a major hospital like HUMC, and Steve really helps us with that message. Simply put, Steve is the best."
Steve Adubato joins MetroFocus to share key "Lessons in Leadership" from his new book
Just as iron needs to be heated up and hammered into shape, great leaders are formed by real-life challenges that test their mettle. To be tough enough to lead means you must be willing to learn from both your mentors and your mistakes. These are two key takeaways from Lessons in Leadership (Rutgers University Press), a new book by Steve Adubato, Ph.D...
by Steve Adubato, PhD.
Leadership is a very complex thing. It’s never black and white. It’s not for everyone and definitely not for the faint of heart. I’ve spent many years researching and writing my most recent book, “Lessons in Leadership” and I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s easy to criticize someone else in a position of leadership when you’re not the one facing that same situation. So when I think about President Donald Trump’s leadership track record to date, I’m working hard to be fair and trying to imagine how difficult the job of being President really is.
I was recently talking with a colleague who manages a large number of direct reports with several supervisors in between him and those team members. Even though those supervisors are technically the managers of these approximately 80 staff members, my colleague, we will call Jim, finds himself consumed by communicating and managing information, assignments and tasks with virtually all of these people on a regular basis.