Three Ways to Become a Trusted Leadership Advisor

October 3, 2012

Earlier this week, I had the privilege of guest posting on my friend Dan Black’s blog Dan Black on Leadership.  Dan has been writing on leadership and personal development for several years now and has built a pretty impressive readership.

Dan Black

I got to meet Dan Black at a conference in San Diego

Has anyone ever asked you how to become a better leader?  I still remember the first time that happened to me.  I wasn’t prepared to answer, but at the same time, I was the one being asked.  I’ve come to realize if you can find a way to do three things well, people will seek you for when they need leadership answers.

Read about the three ways to become a trusted leadership advisor on Dan’s blog.

Nathan Magnuson is a leadership consultant, coach, trainer and thought leader.  Receive his ebook Trusted Leadership Advisor by subscribing to his website or   follow him on Twitter.



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