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Steve Ventura
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Having a leadership position and being a leader are not one in the same. Your position is something you were appointed to...something you became eligible for by being a good performer in the past.

Being a true leader, however, is much different. LEADER is a descriptor...a label that you EARN through specific behaviors. It's based on what you do today, and what you will do

Perfect Paperback, 63 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by The Walk The Talk Company (first published June 1st 2004)
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Start Right … Stay Right … Lead Right by Steve Ventura (62 pages)

“Rank does not confer privilege or give power. It imposes responsibility” Peter Drucker

Having a leadership position and being a leader are not the same thing.
To be a leader you must do what leaders do

This book highlights 26 things that leaders do.

9 Lost Luxuries Page 12
-Thinking mostly about yourself or putting your own needs first
-Acting on feelings rather than facts or jumping to conclusions and reacting in “knee-jerk” fashion
It was a quick read. I finished in two sittings. There were some good suggestions for use in working with directs reports. That would be easy to implement.
Had to read for work. It is a lot of common sense business knowledge, but presented in a readable style.

This is a pretty short book. More of a pamphlet than a book. However, it is worth reading if for no other reason than to remind yourself.
It has some good points but I gave it one star because the language is rather abrasive to a new employee (or a current employee) and I feel that the tone may keep the employee from absorbing the content.
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