This book is divided into three sections.
The first section deals with the traits of successful leaders and the ways they do what they do. You need to know what sort of person succeeds and why. You’ll even be encouraged to look at some of the great leaders of history.
The center section of the book deals with hiring and training. As an old Air Force Recruiter, I believe in choosing my team rather than rolling the dice. Hiring is an important part of the success model and this section will stir some great ideas in your mind. Training can cause your team to excel, if correctly carried out.
The final section of the book could be described as the mentoring pages. As a parent’s mentoring is sometimes misunderstood, and even painful to endure, climbing the ladder to greatness with your team involves unpleasant moments. You’ll read about some of them and the suggested tact for successfully navigating them.
This book is written in short bursts so can fit it into your busy schedule. Reading it through should take less than the time of a 3 hour flight.
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