Discover How To Inspire Your Team, Become an Influential Leader, and Make Extraordinary Things Happen!
Most of us will never have seen ourselves as being leaders. For the majority of us, the thought of taking charge of an office will not so long ago have seemed completely absurd.
That’s a job for high fliers, for people-people… for born leaders! But despite any initial apprehension, leadership roles are something that many of us will have thrust upon us against any protestations. In the vast majority of industries, progress and a hike in salary means taking on more responsibility. And that responsibility will very often take the form of some kind of leadership role.
You can only progress so far before you start having staff under you and the further you then climb the ladder, the more people will start looking to you for direction and the more people you’ll be responsible for. That then leaves two choices: shy away from the pressure and the responsibility and live on the modest salary that comes from that, or learn to suck it up and take charge.
And guess what? When you do accept that mantle and become the leader that you can be, you’ll find that it’s one of the best experiences imaginable for your personal growth and development. You’ll become more confident, more able and more authoritative and it can completely transform the way you see yourself.
Below are the chapters that you will about to explore:
- Chapter 1: What Makes a Great Leader?
- Chapter 2: How to Inspire Your Team
- Chapter 3: How to Incentivize the Right Way
- Chapter 4: How to Increase Your Charisma and Authority
- Chapter 5: How to Deal With a Crisis
- Chapter 6: Is it Better to be Feared or Liked?
- Chapter 7: Dealing With Dissidents
- Chapter 8: Creating Teams and Encouraging Teamwork
- Chapter 9: Understanding Characters and Choosing the
- Right Person for the Job
- Chapter 10: The 10 Most Powerful Tips for Leaders
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These days, it is common for most people to at some point be thrust into a leadership role. And say ‘thrust’ because most of us never asked for it and never wanted it. Leadership seems to only attract a certain type of person but unfortunately, you need to be in charge of others in many industries if you’re going to increase your salary and earn a bigger pay check.
It’s not until you start managing others, that you reach the higher pay band and the perks that go with this. But if you’re not naturally inclined toward leadership, this can be tough going. This is precisely why we get so many sub-par managers and unhappy offices. What do you expect when the person in charge doesn’t really want to be there and just finds this whole thing very, very stressful?
When you’re put in this position, suddenly it becomes that much easier to sympathize with those poor leaders from our past and to put ourselves in their shoes. And the painful part is that all of us know what a good leader looks like (and thus how far we might be from that).
Good leaders are bold, brave, inspiring, charismatic… The question is: how can you make sure that you are more like those heroes you admire and less like those stuffy managers that you dread?
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