Hidden agendas, unresolved conflicts, crucial issues never discussed—these examples of drama in the office are what the author calls, interpersonal mush. Conflicts or issues can dominate the workplace and hamper honest communication. Clear Leadership directly tackles these issues by providing specific tools and techniques; as well as personal stories of individuals who have put the principles and practices of Clear Leadership into action. Beginning with exploring interpersonal qualities, employees can achieved outstanding results for themselves and their organizations. Expanding on the powerful concepts that made the first edition a success, this fully revised edition looks beyond what it takes to lead performance. Clear Leadership now includes 23 skill-building exercises, dozens of case examples, and alternative thinking about approaches to conversations. Additional chapters put a sharper focus on ways the original model of the four selves (the Aware Self, the Curious Self, the Appreciative Self, and the Descriptive Self) can help us all learn from our collective experiences, avoid miscommunication, and cut through the mush.