Eliciting Excellence (BookBaby, 2016)

Eliciting excellence is the essence of exceptional leadership.

Everyone accepts that good leadership is important, but rarely is the question raised as to why and how good leadership makes a difference.

Although developing good strategies and making smart decisions are important, bringing out the best in people is the most important ability a leader needs in order to produce great results.

In Eliciting Excellence, Michael Beck explains why bringing out the best in people matters and shares with the reader how to do just that. More Here

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Michael Beck
Michael J. Beck is President of Michael Beck International, Inc
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Real Leadership! Are You Ready? (Dog Ear Publishing, 2013)

Real Leadership! Are You Ready?: Rethinking and reframing personal and organizational potential and performanceAs Leadership goes, so goes the group, the organization, the nation, and everything else in between.

Yet in spite of this multi-millennial axiom, and the simple fact that we are the best leadership-educated society in the history of business, our encounters with genuine leaders remain extremely rare.

Real Leadership! Are You Ready? examines this perplexing phenomenon and qualifies the principle cause as an unwillingness and/or inability to take new leadership information and use it to improve our performance.

It also provides the solution: a Leadership Enrichment LIFE-cycle (LEL-c) to help individuals and organizations build and sustain durable Leadership Platforms.

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Richard S. Dillard is Founder/ Managing Partner at Dillard Partners, LLC
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It’s Not Rocket Science: Leading, Inspiring and Motivating Your Team To Be Their Best (Difference Press, 2015)

Have you ever wondered what sets the great leaders apart from the “also-rans?”

Are you an overwhelmed leader who wants a magic formula to get your people to follow you anywhere?

Do you wonder why you can’t seem to get your employees motivated?

You can be “the boss” people follow because they want to–and motivate them to be their best. It shows you how to be leader who inspires the best effort from the people in your business or organization.

The book tells you what works, what doesn’t, and how to get it all done in a day’s work.

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Becoming Strategic: Leading with Focus and Inspiration (Timi Gleason, 2015)

It’s time to stop feeling overwhelmed by the abundance of tactical thinking that is going on around you.

Or are you not sure what strategic thinking is?

Becoming Strategic will clear that up!

Originally published as Coach As Strategic Partner (2010), this very readable book is loaded with techniques and ideas for assuring your brand as a valuable strategic thinker is noticed!

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Building Trust and Being Trustworthy: The Quintessential Leader (Sandra Ross, 2013)

The foundation for quintessential leadership is building trust and being trustworthy.

When teams, business units, organizations, and nations fail, a root cause is a lack of trust and the absence of trustworthiness in the people in leadership positions.

Trust and trustworthiness encompass character traits that not only promote loyalty and respect, but also build morale and set an example for those we lead.

Whether you lead one person or millions of people, these are essential character traits, which are each discussed in practical, “this is what it looks like” language that you can start implementing today.

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The SNAFU Principle: Eliminate Misunderstanding, Resolve Conflict and Motivate Employees (Best Seller Publishing, 2015)

The SNAFU principle – situation normal all fouled up – is designed to help managers, professionals and employees alike understand how their current reactive mode of communicating doesn’t work and is actually causing them more problems then they even realize.

Communicating the way you have always done it dooms you to mediocrity, misunderstandings and conflict.

If you are frustrated that you can’t negotiate great outcomes, can’t motivate employees, can’t convince others to see things your way, don’t feel heard or are just generally frustrated with your results you need to read and apply the lessons of this book.

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The Business Guide to Legal Literacy: What Every Manager Should Know About the Law (Jossey-Bass (Wiley), 2006)

Legal literacy saves time and money by letting you get it right from the start.

This book translates legalese into language that makes business sense and offers a new way to think about the role of law — as a strategic business tool.

Discover how to identify, manage and control problems before they spiral out of control and how to unlock legal rights you’re entitled to, but may not know about.

Get more control over unwanted risk in your business with legal literacy. Use it to build stronger business relationships, deliver sustainable shareholder value, and improve your organization’s competitive advantage.

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Account-Ability: The Science of Human Performance (Subject2change Inc., 2015)

Organizations are desperately searching for ways to help people to contribute to the success and profitability of the enterprise. 

Account-Ability: The Science of Human Performance is a practical playbook that will help you shape the future of account-ability on your team.

It moves you past the outdated, ineffective ways of trying to increase performance improvement. Account-ability is about unleashing people’s unique talents so you can achieve amazing levels of engagement.

Account-ability ultimately produces positive business results – in both people and profits.

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