Behind The Leader: Robin Sharma on Leading Without a Title

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Today’s guest on the Behind The Leader podcast series is Robin Sharma. Robin is the founder of Sharma Leadership International Inc. (SLI), a global training firm on a mission to help people in organizations Lead Without a Title. His clients include many of the best-known companies on the planet including Microsoft, Nike, FedEx, IBM, BP, KPMG and GE. SLI does business in over 55 countries and has a proven record for delivering winning results for clients for nearly 15 years.

Robin Sharma is also the author or The Greatness Guide, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari  his new book, The Leader Who Had No Title

In this in-depth conversation, you’ll discover:

  • Why he walked away from a career as a top lawyer
  • How he self-published a personal-change & leadership fable that sold 3 million copies
  • What it means to Lead Without a Title and why it’s no longer optional
  • Why leadership isn’t just for corporate titans or executives any more
  • How to lead not with the bottom line, but with impact and artistry
  • What drives Robin to build an international leadership organization
  • How he passes the most important elements of his leadership philosophy onto his kids
  • And, so much more…

As with all of the interviews in this series, you can listen in 3 ways:

  • Click the player below and listen
  • Download the file in mp3 using the link below, or
  • Go to iTunes, search and subscribe


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And, be sure to check out Robin’s new book, The Leader Who Had No Title

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  2. Ligia Buzan says:

    How essential: to be (the) leader of one’s own life!

    When we think of successful people, we see them where they are today, and forget that they must have had their own ‘dark night’ of the soul, and that it took courage to pursue talents and dreams. This was well captured in this interview.

  3. The danger, of course, is when existing leaders assume that anyone can be (or desires to be) a leader.

    Then they forget to lead, and expect everyone under them to lead on their own.

  4. Wow thanks for this. It’s all about self leadership isn’t it? I read the other day that leadership is the ability to inspire others to take actions with your own actions. Just be incredible and other people will flock to you.