How (NOT) To Series
by Mary Marshall and Kim Obbink
How (NOT) To Be A Leader
Ever worked for someone you couldn’t believe was in charge? Trying to figure out how to be a leader? This book is for you.
All the stories you’ve probably lived through and all the ways you should NOT be a leader with practical tips for being just the opposite: a truly great leader. Now read it, because we said to, and you’ll have to read Chapter 4 to find out why.
How (NOT) To Be A Leader is the first in the series that will help you navigate the leadership waters like a seasoned captain—and not like the Titanic! Book 2, How (NOT) To Build A Great Team will show you all the ways to not hire and grow great people, and Book 3, How (NOT) To Create A Winning Strategy will round out the series with how not to have any kind of vision or master plan—plus more stories of horrible decisions made by obnoxious leaders.
How (NOT) To Build A Great Team
Is your bad hires list longer than your bad dates list? Is your dysfunctional team turning into a never-ending episode of bad reality TV? Need to figure out how to say goodbye to the do-nothings? This book is for you.
How (NOT) To Build A Great Team is the second in a series of how-not-to guides for leaders and managers, and like our first book, How (NOT) To Be A Leader, it is a quick-read collection of hilarious cautionary tales that we hope will help you avoid some of the more obvious speed bumps and traps along your leadership journey. This book covers the critical aspects of building a great team: hiring and firing, team management, and leadership development.
How (NOT) To Create A Winning Strategy
Are you struggling to lock on to a winning business strategy? Is your competition blowing your hair back like a jet engine while you flounder around trying to become the next big thing? Have you not figured out yet that hope is not a strategy? If so, this book is for you.
How (NOT) To Create A Winning Strategy is the third in a series of how-not-to guides for leaders and managers. It is a quick-read collection of twenty-four hilarious cautionary “strategies” that will help you learn from the mistakes of others. These are ways NOT to create a great strategy. Unfortunately, all of them can be found in business more often than anyone would like to admit.
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