Leadership by Choice

Papp, Eric
September 2012
Leadership by Choice;9/11/2012, p1
Book Summary
Book Summary
Leaders must be able to keep their cool while inspiring others to adhere to high standards, produce excellent work, and continuously raise their game. The best business leaders think clearly, communicate their thoughts convincingly and hold themselves accountable for every choice they make. In Leadership by Choice, Eric Papp outlines the key strategies that leaders must use to excel, to connect with others, and to develop strong decision-making skills. This book provides the tips necessary to learn to make conscious choices, positively influence others by learning self-management skills, build high-trust teams, and inspire accountability with proven techniques.


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