Unleash Your Values: How to Lead & Succeed in Business Today – ... A Helicopter Pilot's Spin on Developing the Leader in You
What's the surest way to fail in a leadership role? Lose sight of the values that attracted you to the company culture. In Unleash Your Values, a retired Army officer reveals why so many officers and enlisted members commit for an entire career. Because they found a place where they can live their lives and their beliefs within the bounds described; the company’s values.
Corporate values are critical to retaining your best employees. Leaders are responsible for maintaining the corporate culture, and they do this by upholding the values: Values are the heart of what attracts and retains people to your organization. When people feel they are in a place where their company values match their own, they feel aligned. They become more committed and engaged. They are happier, more productive; the essence of great teams.
Author Tom Crea shares first-hand experiences about developing as a leader within a supportive environment. He takes you on his journey along the Skills Curve, revealing how communication skills are increasingly more important for your leadership development journey. Each chapter is broken into several sections where he recaps crucial points in his Keys to Leadership Success and Business Insights, and includes Steps for the Leader to Apply. Today's businesses are in need of good leaders more than ever before. Leadership isn’t easy, but it is so much easier when your values are aligned.
About Tom Crea (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Author)
Tom Crea is an author, speaker, and leadership development coach.
An Army officer with more than 20 years of leadership experience and a Blackhawk helicopter pilot, Tom didn’t think it possible to enjoy anything more than flying helicopters; until he realized that he enjoyed developing leaders more.
Tom spent his Army career building teams. Today, he shares his valuable experiences to develop leaders who want to build cohesive teams via keynotes, seminars, and coaching sessions.