Master Your World – 10 Dog-Inspired Leadership Lessons to Improve Productivity, Profits, and Communication
Leadership determines whether companies rise or fall. Do you want to solve your leadership challenges? Do you want your organization to operate smoother, work together, and enjoy achieving shared goals?
With real-world, honest, and funny examples, this book tells you how to:
- Gain the respect of your employees and peers
- Motivate your workplace, whether you are in charge or not
- Improve profits with fewer resources
- Coalesce your workforce into a real, functional team
- Handle problem employees effectively
Wouldn't it be great if your employees did what you needed them to do? The first time? Every time? If the dog can learn, people can too!
About Mary Kelly (Dallas, Texas Author)
Mary Kelly, PhD, CSP, Commander, US Navy (ret) is a speaker, author, consultant and executive coach specializing in improving business efficiency and profits through leadership development. A graduate from the US Naval Academy, Mary has trained over 40,000 military and civilian personnel in multi-cultural environments all over the world. A university professor, Mary combines theory and practicality.
Mary focuses on building successful strategies for business leaders at all levels of an organization. Quoted in numerous periodicals, Mary is a nationally known economist, engaging speaker, and author of several books, including: 360 Degrees of Leadership: Steering Around the Icebergs In Case of Emergency, Break Glass! Why Leaders Fail and the 7 Prescriptions for Success 15 Ways to Grow your Business in Every Economy Money Smart: How Not To Buy Cat Food When You Don't Have a Cat - A guide for 18-130 year olds to live well and retire comfortable. Mary’s passion is helping people excel in business, dogs, and wine. A frustrated comedian, she loves delivering conference or event keynote speeches on economics, leadership, and business.
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