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What's your leadership legacy?

How to Get Promoted Faster than You Ever Thought Possible

Ever since I started coaching managers, I’ve noticed a few questions that always come up at some point. These are...

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What's Your Legacy?

Whether for an hour or a day, we'll sit down with you and your team to build a complete strategy for success.

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Get the Recognition You Deserve

Here’s a disturbing question I received recently. “The success of my work is highly visible within the organization yet...”

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The Seven Failings of Really Useless Leaders

Some years ago I realized I was wrong. I was developing a leadership programme for London Business School and it occurred to me that to become better leaders we should...

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What do they really think?

What clients say about working with Steven Sonsino

YOU'RE PROVOCATIVE - IN A GOOD WAY
“The best part of your work is you’re provocative – in a good way! You force us to put questions to ourselves. Am I a good leader? What do I need to do to become a better leader? We don’t take the time to really look at this. And we should… we should!”

- Antonio Coimbra, CEO, Vodafone, Spain [FROM A VIDEO TESTIMONIAL]

THE LONG-RANGE RETURNS ARE WELL WORTH THE TIME AND EFFORT
“Reinventing yourself? This is about sincerity and leadership. It’s not about money. It sounds very simple, but you don’t put enough time into thinking about this and you can’t effectively draw out those ideas on your own.

“It’s been really helpful to come up with a gameplan for when you leave here – we have takeaways now that we can revisit next year and see how we’re doing. It was a pleasure and it was effective and it’s tough to do that. The long-range returns on this are well worth the time and effort. Great job.”

- Frank Racaniello, Managing Director, Deutsche Bank, USA [FROM A VIDEO TESTIMONIAL]

IT'S COMMON SENSE, BUT IT'S NOT THAT COMMON
“The key learning from Steven is that if we stop demotivating our people with the many things we do, we are already a huge step forward, we are already a much better leader. I believe that’s common sense, but it’s not that common.

“In tough times, which we definitely have right now, we have a slight tendency to be in meetings, to be on business trips, to be very busy with a lot of things… and to completely forget that our main task is to sit with our people and not only to inform them, but to inspire them. I definitely believe that.”

- Herve Gisserot, SVP and GM, GlaxoSmithKline, China [FROM A VIDEO TESTIMONIAL]

I ENDED UP WITH TWO JOB OFFERS
“Steven provided me support and guidance during my search of a new career within the engineering sector. He pointed out that my success was not limited by technical knowledge, management potential or academic ability, but PR, presence and being seen by those who matter. Steven analysed my CV and responses and helped me to align the technical versus management balance of my profile to match my aspirations. Interesting to note I ended up with two job offers, both were from headhunters as a result of increased visibility and PR. I recommend Steven to anyone who is looking for a career step change.”

- Andy Armstrong, Topsides Commissioning Lead - Clair Ridge Project, BP, UK [LINKEDIN TESTIMONIAL]

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