Have you recently been appointed to your first leadership role or are you in a position mentoring developing leaders? Are you an aspiring exceptional millennial leader who wants to change the status quo and build a different future for other millennials?
In either case, this book is for you!
Your first leadership role is an exciting step, but can simultaneously be a daunting endeavour filled with anxiety. You have most likely excelled in your previous role, but quickly discover leadership is a whole new ball game!
Successful leadership is less about the knowledge and skills you have acquired in your specific domain, and much more about relating well with others, navigating complex interpersonal situations, and bringing out the best in your team.
In his ground-breaking new book, You’re A Leader, Now What?, Mick Spiers equips readers with practical leadership skills never taught in school and rarely developed in early careers. If you are looking to become a leader people naturally gravitate towards that inspires purpose-driven action in your teams, Spiers lays out a compelling blueprint to follow!
In this book, you will find:
• How to challenge the status quo of leadership;
• How to inspire people into action because they want to do it, not because they were told to;
• Ways to increase your emotional intelligence;
• How to draw the best out of people;
• Tips on becoming the leader of millennials;
• How to lead with purpose and meaning;
• Tips on practicing daily self-reflection
Being a leader is about inspiring people into action; it is not the same as being the boss or being a manager who tells people what to do.
This book is designed for the next generation of leaders. The target audience are people that have been exceptional individual contributors and have recently transitioned into their very first leadership role. They have been successful and standouts in their chosen domain but have found the transition to leadership to be far more difficult than they ever expected. They soon discover that human beings are far more complex than they had ever considered.