No-Nonsense Leadership : Real World Strategies to Maximize Personal & Corporate Potential
Format: Hardcover, 195pp.
Publisher: Learn To Lead Press
Pub. Date: October 2001
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From The Publisher:
One of the most dangerous situations for businesses today is the high number of men and women in leadership positions who aren't leaders. Many of these people are good managers: trained well in technical aspects of the job. But they lack a balance of leadership skill and thus can't bring the best out of themselves, others or their organization. Many good managers have become extremely successful in their roles, but without strong leadership ability they will never reach their potential, help those in their charge reach theirs or lead their organization to its.
No Nonsense Leadership: Real World Strategies to Maximize Personal & Corporate Potential is designed to help anyone in a leadership position, or aspiring to earn a leadership position, develop the mind set and skills it takes to lead effectively and reap significant gains in productivity both personally and from those they lead. It does so in direct, plain terms with strategies that can be applied immediately for better results.
Each chapter in the book begins with Opening Thoughts designed to increase your leadership perspective. Following are four short sections written in easy-to-apply, bite-sized form: Growing Yourself As A Leader, Developing Others, Developing the Organization and Just A Thought (A no-holds barred leadership editorial.) Each chapter concludes with Closing Thoughts & Marching Orders that helps you turn what you learned into action and results. The topics are not set up as a rigid sequence. Read the book from cover to cover or thumb through the table of contents and go directly to a topic that interests you. Throughout No Nonsense Leadership you'll find strategies that are basic as well as those that challenge conventional thinking. You may not always agree and that's OK. But keep your mind open and give these thoughts a fair hearing. After all, there's one reason 'conventional thinking' is conventional: everyone is using it, and since most people and organizations are average, conventional thinking must be challenged and violated.
About the Author
Dave Anderson has been in sales and management all his adult life, spending years successfully selling insurance and automobiles. He currently conducts seminars worldwide on sales and management excellence, writes a monthly magazine column on leadership, publishes "Leading At The Next Level" newsletter and has a full service web site full of free weekly articles on sales, management and leadership. Dave is the author of over 50 programs on sales and management, including, "The 15 Commandments For Peak Performance In Sales" and "How To Develop A Dynamic Vision For Your Organization."
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