The Truth About Being a Leader by Karen Otazo download in pdf, ePub, iPad
Otazo presents real issues with pragmatic strategies and immediately actionable tactics. It's learned through watching others closely who embody that trait. This is a book where you can pick your topic and cut to the chase. If you are a leader or see yourself as one, this book offers practical and honest ways to succeed.
You will smile, reflect, and be a better leader for it. But that's not what being a leader is all about. It's being able to adjust and communicate in different ways, specific to each person.
Especially when it comes to building a business. You can't sit back and complain when times get tough. She is clear and crisp, practical and theoretical.
Simple tenets for complex times. You, as a leader, have to take a step back from your impulsive, emotional reactions, and instead operate from a place of calm understanding.
Just as great military leaders have to know the ground where a future battle will take place, you as an aspiring leader will need to know about the terrain that is covered in this book. An excellent distillation of the essential elements of leadership, this is a practical resource tool that speaks with the voice of a trusted friend and advisor. Otazo has written a book that really does tell the truth about what it takes to be a leader. The book explains the fundamental elements of leadership in a direct manner.
When everyone else is out of gas, you inject more fuel. Otazo gives us a rich mix of both. She delivers a treasure chest of perspectives and insights for all leaders.
There's no class in early education that defines leadership. Now, drawing on hundreds of secret leadership feedback reports, she reveals what actually works-and doesn't work- when it comes to being a great leader.