If you are an executive who has worked long hours, risen to every challenge, and built a strong reputation for yourself, then why haven't you reached the highest levels of leadership? Here's a reality check: Your business achievements and functional skills alone aren't enough to help you get where you want to go. What's likely missing is a skill that the world's best corporate leaders have developed--mastery of the people side of the equation. You must become a leader that others want to work for. How do you do that? Let go of being an expert. Become a leader of experts. If anyone knows what prevents leaders from reaching their full potential, it's author Brenda Bence, who has years of experience coaching senior executives at the top levels of major corporations worldwide. In" Would YOU Want to Work for YOU?," she reveals the fifteen most damaging people-leadership behaviors that she regularly sees in the workplace and provides you with dozens of tips, tools, and techniques that you can apply immediately to correct them.
Would YOU Want to Work for YOU?
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