Ryan Harris has been floundering for too long. His career is off track, and his personal life is in shambles. In his own words, he feels like he has "been beaten up physically and emotionally for months." For the first time in his life, he knows he is unable to pull himself out of this funk by himself.
How can you improve your leadership results beginning right now? The First Two Rules of Leadership: Don't Be Stupid, Don't Be a Jerk provides a clear path to increased results and higher job satisfaction for the leader and the people he is leading. Written for the leader who wants to do great things, but is overwhelmed with the complexities of leading, it is an audiobook with a very simple message: think your decisions through and take care of your team.
How can I help? Isn't that the question every leader longs to hear? What if every person on your team consistently asked you, How can I help? What if your team was totally in sync with and committed to achieving your organizations objectives? What if everyone on your team was willing to leave their comfort zone and take a risk to help your team win? The team with the best leader usually wins. Sounds simple...but what does it take to be the best leader?
From international best-selling author and leadership expert David Cottrell and sales guru Robert Nix comes the ultimate insider's guide for those who want to break through and control their professional destiny. In simple, clear language - featuring informative and relatable case studies - you'll discover how easy it can be to transform your on-the-job persona to become the person who succeeds first and fastest. No matter what your title is, you'll be equipped to navigate the trickiest workplaces and position yourself for growth at every turn.
With recounts underway and President-elect Donald Trump alleging that Democrats benefited from illegal voting, the Nov. 8 election is under intense scrutiny. Although voter fraud in US elections is extremely rare, Trump, Mike Pence and others have claimed during the campaign, during early voting and again this week that Trump might be the victim of voter fraud.