No-Nonsense Leadership is the most useable, hard-hitting field manual on managing and leading people available. It is broken down into short, direct, applicable sections filled with strategies like these: seven steps to recruiting and hiring a team of eagles; how to leverage the power of momentum; are you more manager than leader; 11 steps for leading change; a fish rots at the head; five causes and cures for corporate cancer; and more.
"Must read for all Dealers"
A revised second edition of the book that shows you how to use Bible-based leadership principles to improve your business.
In How to Run Your Business by The Book, famed leadership guru Dave Anderson reveals biblical lessons to help transform the people, culture, and results of your business. You'll read what the Bible has to say about hiring and training people, managing money, creating a leadership vision, achieving ambitious goals, and much more.
You'll find the following in Up Your Business: effective interview questions and strategies; a sample ad that attracts eagles and weeds out turkeys; three dozen high-impact training strategies; the three keys to weeding out entitlement in your business; your three options for dealing with poor performers; how to create vision and strategy for your business; and much, much more!
"Hard-hitting, Practical and Pithy Wisdom"
Biblical solutions to dozens of the toughest challenges leaders face today.
Concise, to-the-point, and highly useable, How to Lead by the Book presents a series of personal and business challenges recognizable to leaders, then deals with each through insight, personal experience, and a discussion of why conventional approaches often fail. Each section then concludes with winning proverbs, parables, or principles that offer applicable strategies to solve the issue.
"Simple, effective and true"
You'll find the following in If You Don't Make Waves You'll Drown: four politically incorrect traits you must weave into your leadership style; how to eliminate entitlements and send the moochers in your organization packing; how to give four types of effective feedback to employees to improve performance; 25 sample performance and behavioral expectations that enhance accountability; a step-by-step plan to restart your momentum when you lose it; and much, much more!
In a cutthroat world, doing the basics of business well means the difference between winning and losing. Dave Anderson's TKO Series gives you the practical, high-impact strategies you need to build a business that can put the competition down for the count. TKO Sales! presents no-nonsense, tough-as-nails sales practices for selling more of anything.
For millions of men and women in sales today, the workplace offers little in the way of effective, on-going training or guidance to improve careers or lives. If you have the desire to pull away from the pack, raise your earnings to higher levels, and derive more enjoyment out of what you do, the path to greater achievement must often be developed on your own. Selling Above the Crowd is your coaching guide for that journey.
The 15 Commandments are essential pillars of success that create peak performance in sales. This is a no-nonsense, 15-point strategy for growing your potential as a sales professional.
"OKay....but better available"
How to Develop a Dynamic Vision for Your Organization contains the steps you need to create bigger thinking within your company. It will create the focus, energy and attitude your team needs to reach its fullest potential.
The 10 strategies in this book will build your confidence and competence, so that the next time you're struggling with a grumpy, cranky, whiney SOB, you won't have to just stand there wondering, "How can I sell to this jerk?" With the can't-miss strategies you'll find in How to Deal with Difficult Customers, you'll turn that sourpuss into a sweetheart, close the deal in no time, and find yourself eager to take on the next tough customer.
Until your managers get better, nothing gets better. And until they spend more time with their best people and effectively handle poor performers, you'll never reach your potential. This audiobook addresses all three of these mandates to peak performance.
"Arnold Palmer, the Magnetic Face of Golf in the '60s, Dies at 87" is from the September 25, 2016 Sports section of The New York Times. It was written by Dave Anderson and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.
"When Muhammad Ali's Twinkle Shone Brightest" is from the June 04, 2016 Sports section of The New York Times. It was written by Dave Anderson and narrated by Paul Ryden.