Is It Lonely at the Top?
Top Executives Share Great Insights on Aha Amplifier™
CUPERTINO, neuropathist CA – September 9, 2015 – How can top executives become better leaders and managers to make better decisions and get through what is called, "being lonely at the top?" Executives may come from diverse backgrounds, but everyone shares a commonality on the issues they face every single day. What would be the best venue for these issues to be heard and for executives to be provided with support and guidance amidst their organizations’ dark times?
This AhaBook™, "It Gets Lonely at the Top," is comprised of Aha moments from thought leaders appearing on Thought Leader Life with Mitchell Levy, Chief Aha Instigator and CEO of THiNKaha, and his co-host, Jim Canfield, CEO of Renaissance Executive Forums. The AhaMessages™ in this AhaBook also feature Bruce McLennan, Principal/National Strategy Manager for Commercial Development at Farnsworth Group (previously SEM Architects); Melissa Burkhart, CEO of FuturoSolidoUSA; Tim Leman, Chairman and CEO at Gibson; and Ken Hazen, President and CEO of CTSI-Global.
Subtitled "Renaissance Executive Forum Thought Leadership," the book contains 140 AhaMessages™ of interesting insights from top executives who used their own expertise to provide ideas and perspectives not just in their profession, but to achieve personal growth as well.
Here are a few of the valuable AhaMessagesTM from this book:
Saying it's lonely at the top may sound 1950s, but it’s true. @jimcanfield
As you climb the ladder, you’ll understand what being lonely at the top means. @timleman #TLL
Sometimes, we think about being lonely as the same as being sad. That’s not necessarily true. @FuturoSolidoUSA
Sometimes, CEOs just need a sanity check. You must be able to talk to somebody who’s been in the same situation. @CTSIGlobal #TLL
It’s nice to be able to sit in a closed room w/ a group of peers who really understand what you’re doing. @FarnsworthGrp #TLL
In order for your employees to be authentic people, you must be authentic yourself. @happyabout
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About the Aha Amplifier™:
The Aha Amplifier is the only thought leadership platform with a built-in marketplace, making it easy to share curated content from like-minded thought leaders. There are over 20k diverse AhaMessages™ from thought leaders around the world. The Aha Amplifier makes it easy to create, organize, and share your own thought leadership AhaMessages™ in digestible, bite-sized morsels. Users are able to democratize thought leadership in their organizations by: 1) making it easy for any advocate to share existing content with their Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+ networks; 2) allowing internal experts to create their own thought leadership content; and 3) encouraging the expert's advocates to share that content on their networks. The experience of many authors is that they have been able to create their social media enabled AhaBooks™ of 140 AhaMessages™ in less than a day.
THiNKaha makes it easy to create compelling content that helps turn corporate experts into recognized thought leaders. THiNKaha services include curation for the Aha Amplifier, producing and repurposing content for the show Thought Leader Life, thought leadership mentoring/coaching, book publishing, webinar publishing, social media, traditional media coaching, vetted referrals, and many other thought leadership services, including the creation and support of corporations' thought leadership blueprints.
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