Nice guys finish first: An interview with Doug Sandler
Being a great leader is a strength many communication professionals strive for. What skills do you feel make a great leader? Being a good listener? Perhaps being polite and helpful? Or maybe being ruthless in edging out the competition? While some may believe that you have to be aggressive to take on a leadership role, “nice guy” skills actually allow you to successfully build lasting relationships and strengthen connections as a successful leader.
IABC Associate Editor Khyla Flores recently spoke with nationally recognized speaker and writer Doug Sandler about how the system of “invest, inspire and execute” can benefit communication professionals. Sandler provides some clear takeaways to help professionals develop great habits and even better relationships by being one of the “nice guys.”
This post first appeared in the CW Observer.
Learn how to build relationships and strengthen connections in Doug Sandler’s IABC World Conference presentation in Washington D.C., “Nice guys finish first.”
About the Speaker
Doug Sandler has over 30 years of business experience as an entrepreneur and leader. His book, Nice Guys Finish First is a #1 ranked Amazon Best Seller. As a podcaster, Sandler has interviewed Arianna Huffington from HuffPost, Dan Harris from Good Morning America, Ron Klain, White House Chief of Staff and dozens of celebs. He specializes in teaching others the “how-to’s” of building relationships and strengthening connections. Sandler is a nationally recognized speaker and writer.