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Success in Your New Role as a Leader–Part 2

42 Rules for   Your New Leadership Role book cover | BIGG SuccessToday on The BIGG Success Show, we wrapped up our conversation with Pam Fox Rollin, the founder of Idea Shape . We’re talking with her about her fantastic new best-selling book, 42 Rules for Your New Leadership Role .

Last time, we discussed how to improve your chances for success when considering a new promotion.

Click the player to hear Pam talk with George & Mary-Lynn on The BIGG Success Show podcast.


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Listen to this session to hear:

  • the best advice Pam received on leading when things go wrong
  • how learning opportunities are lost
  • how to keep your team focused on problem solving and learning

We think all leaders will find Pam’s book helpful. For new leaders, it’s a must read.

Visit the book page on IdeaShape for to learn more. You can also “like” her on Facebook, or follow @LeadStartBook on Twitter.

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Success in Your New Role as a Leader–Part 1

42 Rules for Your New Leadership Role book cover | BIGG SuccessWe were so happy to have Pam Fox Rollin with us on The BIGG Success Show today. Pam is the Founder of Idea Shape, where she coaches and consults C-level executives at companies like e-bay, Verizon, Charles Schwab, Accenture and more along with small- and mid-sized businesses.

We asked Pam to talk with us about her great new book, 42 Rules for Your New Leadership Role.

Click the player to hear Pam talk with George & Mary-Lynn on The BIGG Success Show podast.


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Listen to the show to discover:

  • the surprising failure rates for executives in new leadership roles
  • factors to think about when considering a promotion
  • how to avoid a culture of complaining and blaming
  • the secret to running a meeting your people won’t want to miss

If you want to learn more about Pam’s great book, visit the book page on IdeaShape, “like” her on Facebook, or follow her on Twitter.

Check in next time to hear the best advice on leadership Pam ever got along with tips to keep your team productive.