Getting Connected Through Exceptional Leadership: 10 Ways to Turn Ordinary Managers into Extraordinary Leaders
Leaders are made, not born. Getting Connected Through Exceptional Leadership shows how you can be a leader of men through effective communication, environment creation, and changing the culture.
|Format:||Paperback (5.25 x 8)|
|Publish Date:||February 2001|
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Management does not equate leadership. Far from it. The difference is the organizational action that changes companies from struggling enterprises to dominant market leaders.
This handbook will show you in simple yet often irreverent ways how to transcend ordinary, stake management practices and master the art of connecting with others through extraordinary leadership skill.
Key to this connection is leadership communication, creating the proper environment and change culture, and demonstrating winning leadership style.
In Getting Connected Through Exceptional Leadership, you’ll discover:
- The 3 primary rules of leadership communications.
- How to manage expectations during important projects.
- The 2 show-stopping barriers to organizational change.
- How to motivate others to want to continually improve performance.
- 6 ways to communicate a vision that generates action.
- How to run meetings, reprimand employees, and take control of your life as a leader!
“Getting Connected Through Exceptional Leadership defines key steps for an average manager to become a top performer, a true leader. The beauty of this book is that it is simple, easy to read, applicable to any field, and provides practical information instead of theoretical jargon. Pick up a copy of this book today. It will become an essential, often referred to reference in your leadership library.”
— Daniel Snowberger, Vice President, GC Controls, Inc.
“This book was a breath of fresh are, a much-needed interlude between your average long-winded, short-sensed leadership guides. The author has a knack for keeping you entertained, while pointing out strengths and weaknesses of your average leader. I would definitely recommend picking up this book if you enjoy reading books that are well-written, yet fun.”
— Jason Michael Holly