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Roll Up Your Sleeves: Leading and Living in a World of Constant Change

Roll Up Your Sleeves: Leading and Living in a World of Constant Change

by Michael Alan Tate


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Roll Up Your Sleeves has a biblically based storyline to help leaders get through their wilderness to their promised land.

Roll Up Your Sleeves is a not a clinical approach to managing stress, but more of a collection of common-sense approaches that is helpful for leaders in their leadership and life. Within Roll Up Your Sleeves, Michael Alan Tate shares with leaders:
  • A simple toolset for any leader facing a complex world of constant change
  • A clear understanding of what change does to employees, friends, and family
  • An overall view of the real sense of the emotional impact of change
  • Easy to apply actions to keep change from disrupting the entire organization, family, or community

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    Product Details

    ISBN-13: 9781642799767
    Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
    Publication date: 05/26/2020
    Pages: 132
    Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x (d)

    About the Author

    Michael Alan Tate is founder of On the Same Page Consulting. For more than 20 years, Michael has facilitated common-sense strategies that get executives and their teams on the same page. He also designs whole-life plans for professionals who are facing a significant life/work change. He has authored three books: Design a Life that Works, The White Shirt, and Roll up Your Sleeves. Michael writes the “Leadership and Life Journal” blog and hosts the podcast “Small-time Leaders” where he interviews successful people about significant individuals who did a small thing that made a HUGE impact on their life and career. He is a graduate of the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Southern Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. Michael and his wife, Patricia, reside in Gardendale, Alabama.

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