So, You Want to Be a Leader: Secrets of a Lifetime of Success

So, You Want to Be a Leader: Secrets of a Lifetime of Success

by William F. Merck II
So, You Want to Be a Leader: Secrets of a Lifetime of Success

So, You Want to Be a Leader: Secrets of a Lifetime of Success

by William F. Merck II

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Overview

Being a leader is not easy for anyone. Thankfully, this book transforms more than a half-century of leadership experiences into a practical handbook for those looking to excel in leadership roles. In candid fashion, "So, You Want to Be a Leader: Secrets of a Lifetime of Success," reveals what works—along with an unvarnished examination of what doesn't—in a myriad of work-related situations. The author's stories help the reader avoid the pitfalls of poor leadership by providing personal examples of what leads to success.

After completing the book, the reader will:

— Become more aware of how they are perceived by others;
— Understand the enormous influence they have;
— Recognize the differences among the individuals reporting to them;
— Know how to influence and improve morale in the workplace;
— Be able to avoid common leadership mistakes;
— See how every action impacts their sense of self-worth;
— Have the courage to make the right decisions, even when they are not popular.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781736393765
Publisher: Merck II Press
Publication date: 03/01/2022
Pages: 210
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

William F. Merck’s lifetime of experiences contributed to his success in the working world. He began his career path with summer jobs in high school and full-time employment in private and government sectors during college. As a military officer, university vice president, and community board member, he turns his deep knowledge of institutional hierarchies into a masterclass on leadership integrity, risks, and personal accountability. His colorful stories provide practical advice as well as philosophical observations to help anyone who wants to enhance their career as a leader.
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