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February 08, 2011

#5 - As a Leader, What Should You Be Tracking?

The series continues! This time, we've got a great response from author Carol Kinsey Goman. To recap: this month's author series question is based on an article in the SF Chronicle that sparked our interest. It was about people who are using new technology to track their time. This theme undoubtedly relates to leadership and thus our February series question was born: "As a Leader, What Should You Be Tracking?" Check back every day for a new answer and make sure to share your own with us on Twitter and Facebook.


Today's response comes to you from Carol Kinsey Goman, author of the forthcoming and highly ancitipated "The Silent Language of Leaders":

‚ÄúLeaders should be tracking the number of times they communicate face-to-face, without the aid of technology. F2F is still the preferred and most effective medium for any message that has an emotional component."

Carol Kinsey Goman is is an executive coach, management consultant, and keynote speaker for corporations, associations and government agencies. Clients include over 100 organizations in 24 countries. She is the founder of Kinsey Consulting Services, which focuses on coaching executives in leadership communication and the hidden impact of body language.

Read Carol's most recent contribution to The Washington Post's On Leadership series. 

Chief Learning Officer article featuring Carol:

Carol's website:

Twitter: @cgoman

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