Number of pages: 240
BBB Library: Leadership, Operations Management
First-time Leader provides basic frameworks, processes, and tools to help first-time leaders and their teams deliver better results faster. Leading is about inspiring and enabling others to do their absolute best, together, to realize a meaningful and rewarding shared purpose. Authors George Bradt, Managing Director of PrimeGenesis, and Gillian Davis, Managing Director of AlanKey, show how to achieve these results through the BRAVE acronym: Behaviors, Relationships, Attitudes, Values, Environment. Learn the three stages of team development, and get advice for specific leadership situations including onboarding yourself, onboarding others, and crisis management.
"The strength of this book is in the help it provides to the first time leader who wants to get the group off to a good start."NACADA
"Other books for first-time leaders put too much emphasis on management processes like delivering difficult feedback, firing employees, etc. These are important issues and we address them in “First-Time Leader,” but other books lack a framework to help managers become leaders by uniting the team around a shared purpose." Prime Genesis
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