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Your First Leadership Job: How Catalyst Leaders Bring Out the Best in Others

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Becoming the Very Best First-Time Leader

Congratulations! You re now in charge. Perhaps it s your first time as a leader, or maybe you want to fine-tune your skills. Either way, you ve begun one of the most rewarding chapters of your career. But, like many beginnings, the first few years can be challenging. Fortunately, you don t have to tackle this challenge on your own.
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Paperback, 288 pages
Published April 27th 2015 by Wiley (first published October 20th 2014)
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I really enjoyed this book. Definitely plan on keeping it on the shelf for future reference. A lot of the tips/exercises are really great. Highly recommend for new managers and seasoned managers.
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A great book about leadership and management for the beginner and also for the experienced manager! Part 1 is like an introduction about what is a leader and showing tons of examples of behaviors and characteristics of great managers. The most interesting part for me was Part 2. Part 2 is like a cookbook where the authors discuss a variety of important leadership/management topics like meetings, hiring techniques, coaching, engagement and retention, feedback, difficult employee situations, ...more
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TACY M. BYHAM, PHD, is the CEO of Development Dimensions International (DDI). Tacy has worked with dozens of global organizations, creating custom solutions to improve their leaders' performance. She believes that better leadership is not only about the workplace, but also about better communities and, ultimately, a better world.