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Mick Spiers gives it to you straight as you learn the difference between a boss and a leader in his book, You're A Leader Now What? The Proven Path to High Performance Leadership. Of course, you don’t just absorb—you are expected to walk the path. If you ever find yourself assuming a leadership role at work, this book is written for you. As you might find, the sudden transition to your new role at work can be overwhelming since it comes with more opportunities and responsibilities. This guidebook aims to help you to continually improve your leadership, no matter what industry sector you are engaged in. As the world is facing an unprecedented leadership crisis, you will find throughout this book a call to action which is to challenge the status quo, where you are encouraged to stop, reflect, and rethink, and ultimately, become part of a world where people love their jobs again.
One of the reasons why you should read this book is because Mick Spiers understands that behind the success of any organization is the quality of leadership exhibited by those taking the helm. A good leader motivates people to do better by setting an example, while a boss gives orders to employees and behaves in an authoritative way. It sounds like nothing new, you might say, and there is already so much good information about leadership readily available online and in print. But what makes this book stand out is how it teaches you the application of practical strategies to actually become a better leader. You’re A Leader Now What? clearly demonstrates that leaders are not born—leadership is a skill that can be learned like anything else. By reading, learning, and living the lessons contained herein, you then learn to become attuned to noticing what is right, what is working, and what strategies to employ in the workplace.