Running a business or department in today's high-pressure business landscape gets more difficult every year. Given the level of competition, as well as market ups and downs, it seems that you either sacrifice your personal life for your job or you lose everything.
Steve Shallenberger has an important message for you: it doesn't have to be this way. You can succeed in business and live a happy life at the same time. In fact, if you follow his advice, a satisfying personal life will necessarily follow your leadership success. That's because it's all based on timeless truths that apply to every aspect of life, in any business, and in any culture.
Becoming Your Best reveals the lessons you need to follow in order to reach your highest potential and drive the kind of innovation that turns good companies into industry leaders, all while living a well-balanced personal life. Learn the 12 principles for developing a culture of excellence, including:
Be true to character
Lead with a vision
Prioritize your time
Innovate through imagination
Live in peace and balance
Be an effective communicator
Divided into three thematic sections, "Transformational Leadership", "Transformational Teams and Relationships", and "Transformational Living", Becoming Your Best is packed with advice, tools, and examples for turning your thoughts into action, motivating yourself and your people, inspiring teams to solve problems creatively, and building the life you've always dreamed of.
Listen to Becoming Your Best and you'll begin to see everything through a completely new lens, one that reveals change as something to embrace, not fear. You will be armed with the knowledge and tools to measurably improve your life, as well as the lives of your employees.
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By Anonymous User on 03-08-18
Best book I have ever listened to
I have read books from The arbinger Institute and Patrick Lencioni but this is one of the very best books that I've ever read it is absolutely wonderful.
By William H Stone on 30-06-18
This book was not just motivating, but I feel I have tools to push that motivation.