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Stephen Miles reveals how you can become a high performance manager by using a few simple techniques daily. Based on game-theory and Stephen's experience coaching the highest performing CEOs and COOs ...

Stephen Miles reveals how you can become a high performance manager by using a few simple techniques daily. Based on game-theory and Stephen's experience coaching the highest performing CEOs and COOs worldwide, these techniques work for small and large teams in any industry.

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  • If you are here at a career fair, you are clearly playing the career game – how would you answer these questions?
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  • Become a high performance manager
    presented by
    CONFIDENTIAL
  • June 10, 2010
    1
    Our guest
    Your host
    Stephen Miles
    Daniel Debow
    Rypple co-founder & co-CEO
    rypple.com
    Vice Chairman, Heidrick & Struggles
    Executive coach
    Author of Your Career Game
    Visit: yourcareergame.com
  • 2
    Stephen A. Miles
    Thought Leadership
    Books:
    Your Career Game (2010)
    Applying Lessons from Game Theoryto the Management of Your CareerStanford University Press
    Riding Shotgun (2006)The Role of the COOStanford Business Books
    Leaders Talk Leadership (2002)Top Executives Speak Their Minds Oxford University Press
    Vice Chairman of Heidrick & Struggles
    In Brief:
    • Runs Leadership Advisory Services within the Leadership Consulting Practice
    • Oversees the firm’s worldwide executive assessment & succession planning activities
    • Key member of Heidrick & Struggles’ CEO and Board Practice
    • Recognised expert on the role of the COO
    • Coach to many global Fortune 100 CEOs and COOs
    • Extensive international experience
    • Broad industry expertise
    • Frequent speaker on CEO succession, coaching C-level executives, talent management and complementary leadership at the top (high performance teams)
    • Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s of Business Administration (summa cum laude), both from Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada
    • Master’s Degree in Psychology (summa cum laude) from the University of Victoria
    303 Peachtree Street NE
    Suite 4300
    Atlanta, GA 30308
    United States
    tel: +1 (404) 682 7347
    fax: +1 (404) 577 4048
    smiles@heidrick.com
    Regularly Featured in:
  • 3
    Agenda
    Your Career Game
    Mentoring That Matters
    Coaching Tips + Leadership Behaviors
    Q&A
  • 4
    Your Career is a Game
    There is a goal – a way to win:
    A series of moves are made in pursuit of the goal.
    A defined field of play.
    Play is governed by rules players may follow.
    A number of players and other actors can impact play.
    But What is Game Theory?
  • Your BEST move now depends on what you know about what OTHERS have done and will do!
    5
  • 6
    Think About Your Career Game…
    Who are the players?
    What options are open to each player?
    What goals are being pursued by each player?
  • 7
    To play the game…
    ….you must understand the different types of moves:
    • Incidental
    • Instrumental
    • Blunders
  • 8
    Are You Ready to Make Your Move?
    Move #1
    Identify Your Competitive Advantage
    Move #3
    Strengthen Your Weak Ties
    Move #2
    Make Early Moves that Matter
    Move #4
    Manage your Mentoring
  • 9
    Your Career Game
    Applying Lessons from Game Theoryto the Management of Your Career
    Stanford University Press
    Stephen A. Miles & Nathan Bennett
  • 10
    Three Different Types of Mentors
    Yoda
    Rising Star
    Truth Teller
  • 11
    Observed Qualities of Highly Successful Leaders
    Micro-Leadership
    Resilient and Mature
    Socratic Approach
    Team Leadership
    Managing an Outcome/Ability to Influence
    Prioritize and Focused
    Collaborative
    Relationship Building
    Strong Communication Skills
    Good Listener
  • June 10, 2010
    12
    Want an easy way to use Stephen’s best practices in your workplace?
    Try Rypple today!
    Contact us to learn how:sales@rypple.com
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