LHLN’s Leader’s Library
Resources for Today’s Leader
At LHLN, we believe that leadership is first and foremost about influence. Significant leaders know it begins with them. Everything we do is about helping our clients and students find and execute their GPS moment whether you are a new officer or a veteran executive, you will find something that helps you.
Dean’s Newest Bestselling Book, Essential Leadership Lessons from the Thin Blue Line is one way Dean is giving back to the profession he loves. The book exemplifies his passion for developing future leaders. He believes this is done in three key areas as outlined in the book.
Below is our complete resource library of articles, personal assessments and other links that we feel help today’s leaders be the best version of themselves. If you have an article or other resource you’d like us to consider for inclusion, please submit it with our request form at the link below:
Additional Leader Resources
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FROM DEAN
OTHER HELPFUL LINKS
First and foremost, leaders must be able to self-management and self-develop. The best way to do this is to learn from other leaders. Dean’s mantra is “Leaders are Readers.” Be sure to check out one or all of the books on Dean’s recommended reading list. Check back from time to time as our team at LHLN are readers and are adding new titles often.
Your ability to lead others comes down to influence and your ability to create relationships and partnerships with those you lead. One way we are wanting to help, is to encourage you to take our Diamond Leadership Model self-assessment. We caution you that we find leaders tend to over-estimate their skills in each of the areas assessed. Sometimes, having a trusted peer take the 360 assessment is a good way to find where you can improve – we all can do that!
Leading the Organization
Leading the organization involves bigger issues both within your immediate organization as well as outside the organization. Understanding the community interests and politics is critical for the successful leader. Below are some examples of exemplary organizational vision statements. It is by no means inclusive of all that may be out there. If you have one you’d like considered for inclusion, please submit at our resource submission page.