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Transforming Intentions into Achievement

Trust Your CAPE ® 


The Everyday Superhero's Action Guide to Plan and Deliver High-Stakes Projects

by Ron Black

Are you facing a project or initiative that can't afford to fail? Tap into your everyday superpowers and lead your team to success! 

It's make or break time for your career. Your next initiative requires the best from everyone on the team—even those who don't report to you. Let an adviser for over 250 startups and 4 turnarounds teach you how to deliver results. Distilled from the Trust Your Cape® programs, Black details his action-oriented blueprint for planning and leading high-stakes projects and initiatives.

In LEADERSHIP you'll discover how to:

  • Tap into your everyday leadership superpowers—Clarity, Action, Purpose, and Enthusiasm
  • Use what you have right now to transform intentions into results
  • Harvest stakeholder wisdom to build engagement and drive purposeful action
  • Apply simple and effective planning techniques to improve communication, pin-point responsibilities, and keep you in control
  • Avoid deadly mistakes, mishaps, and problems before they can damage results or tarnish your reputation

Tap into your everyday superpowers. Trust your CAPE to bring out the best in yourself and your team!

Includes 6 video tutorials and 5 downloadable checklists.

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Listen to the featured interview on Cornelius Fichtner's Project Management Podcast #347

Every Leader Needs a Project Plan

This interview with Ron Black is based on chapters two and three of Leadership - The Everyday Superhero's Action Guide to Plan and Deliver High-Stakes Projects. Here is how Ron introduces the need for a project plan:

You're going to need a plan. No matter how urgent the moment may appear—stopping killer comet collisions, derailing evil tyrants from world domination, or dashing through security, grabbing a latte, and boarding your 5:31 AM flight in time to stow your roll-aboard in the last available space—you'll be more successful, more of the time, if you have a plan.

In the discussion, Ron and Cornelius introduce you to the "Super Power Points". These poignant one-liners (i.e. "To finish faster, start a little slower") at the end of each chapter summarizes the chapter's message. Each of the 15 points from two opening chapters are reviewd and Ron gives us his insights and recommendations that show why even the best project leader needs a plan.