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Executive Presence: High Performance Leadership for the 21st Century [NOOK Book]

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Record unemployment rates, geopolitical unrest, global competitive pressures, volatile markets--all of these factors along with others create an unstable environment for business leaders as never previously experienced. The 21st Century is proving to be a highly unpredictable era where executives require new skills to compete and produce as never before. As the business climate continues to evolve, the fundamentals remain the same--managers need to innovate, create avenues to change and provide strong leadership....
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Executive Presence: High Performance Leadership for the 21st Century

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Overview

Record unemployment rates, geopolitical unrest, global competitive pressures, volatile markets--all of these factors along with others create an unstable environment for business leaders as never previously experienced. The 21st Century is proving to be a highly unpredictable era where executives require new skills to compete and produce as never before. As the business climate continues to evolve, the fundamentals remain the same--managers need to innovate, create avenues to change and provide strong leadership. Dr. Stephen Long, an internationally recognized thought leader and practitioner in high performance, culture and leadership shares his time-tested yet creative approaches to achieving growth and stability in a turbulent marketplace. Executive Presence: High Performance Leadership for the 21st Century provides a new paradigm for change, innovation and leadership to leverage Human Capital.

Contact Dr. Long at his website, www.MotereConsulting.com
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013525290
  • Publisher: Motere Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/23/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 42 KB

Meet the Author

As founder and president of Motere Consulting, Dr. Stephen Long has proven that leadership is a learned skill built upon inherent strengths. Through his work with champion athletes, top salespeople and corporate executives, Dr. Long has helped permanently raise corporate and team productivity from adequate -- to outstanding. Competitive Intelligence™ is a breakthrough social operating system that immediately enhances an organization’s productivity and efficiency. Applying his coaching and leadership techniques, Long’s coaching has helped a variety of companies realize a significant increase in performance.

Author of the critically acclaimed book, GOLD! Mastering the Psychology of Execution through Competitive Intelligence, Dr. Long demonstrates that High Performance and Strong Character is one-in-the-same. Long’s method proves performance relies more on learned, deliberate competence much more than natural ability or cognitive intelligence. Using Competitive Intelligence™ techniques, organizations can adapt to stressful and changing business situations as well as any championship team in overtime. His clients improve productivity ranging from 30% to over 300%.

A leader in practical applications of organizational effective behavior, Dr. Long has consulted with 24 championships teams. His athletic clients include Olympians, All-American and all-conference athletes, Heisman Trophy finalists and an NFL’s most valuable player. He has now applied the Competitive Intelligence™ method to the business world with award-winning success.

Identified as one of North America’s top-10 performance enhancement consultants by an independent study conducted at the University of Utah, Dr. Long is a highly sought after speaker by Fortune 500 firms, mid-size companies, sales organizations and non-profits. His articles have appeared in dozens of magazines worldwide. Dr. Long began his career as a college football coach at the University of Virginia and the University of Delaware. He earned his PhD in Education from the University of Kansas. For six years, he was the Performance Enhancement Specialist at the U.S. Air Force Academy where his programs were primary to developing habits of High Performance and Strong Character for the Cadet Wing.  Long competes as a master’s swimmer and is an accomplished marathoner. Dr. Long can be contacted through his website, www.MotereConsulting.com
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