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Wommack's The Art of Leadership : Moving from Military to Industry

By Wommack, David, R.

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Book Id: WPLBN0002828804
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Reproduction Date: 9/12/2013

Title: Wommack's The Art of Leadership : Moving from Military to Industry  
Author: Wommack, David, R.
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Education, Leadership
Collections: Leadership, Business Management, Education, Social Psychology, Management, Human Resources Management, Labor Economics, Business Strategy, Authors Community, Military Science, Recreation, Fine Arts, Naval Science, Bibliography, Most Popular Books in China, Economy, Literature
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Publication Date:
2013
Publisher: David R. Wommack Publishing
Member Page: david wommack

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Wommack, D. R. (2013). Wommack's The Art of Leadership : Moving from Military to Industry. Retrieved from http://www.self.gutenberg.org/


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As a Captain, Lieutenant, Master Sergeant, Sergeant, or Petty Officer, YOU have more leadership ability than most managers. This book has three purposes: First, it teaches you how your military experience has prepared you to be a leader and successfully transfer those skills to an exciting career in the corporate world. Second, it summarizes the best leadership practices of both the military and corporations, and Third, it helps you find good employer prospects and wow them with your resume and interview skills. It also helps you understand the winning ways of true leaders. Each aspect of quality leadership has its own chapter, with appropriate subheadings.

Table of Contents
Chapter 1–About the Author Chapter 2–Introduction Chapter 3–Leading Trust and Honesty Taking Responsibility Taking the Long-Term View Statements of Mission, Values, Good Behaviors, and Permission Lead by Example Create a Personal Vision Humility and Humor Focus Reporting The quality and direction of information Reports Meetings Chapter 4–Building Teams Improve the Quality of Life Build Your Team Listen to Team Members Listen and analyze human resources Find out what’s really happening in your unit Hiring Chapter 5–Motivating, Training, and Coaching Motivating Recognition Punishment Training Help your people become their best: How to train Who trains team members? Finding Talent Coaching Ask instead of tell Encourage collaboration and cooperation. Offer honest help Give continual and honest feedback, performance evaluations, and support. Chapter 6–Seeking Results Chapter 7–Goals Chapter 8–Change Chapter 9–Intelligence Chapter 10–Strategy Chapter 11–Taking Calculated Risks Chapter 12–Dealing with Bad News Chapter 13–Decisions Chapter 14–Crises Chapter 15–Dealing with Failure Chapter 16–Searching for a New Job Using Headhunters Preparing Your Resume Research Before the Interview Interviews Questions and answers in the interview process Closing the recruiter Getting an offer Chapter 17–Bibliography Chapter 18– Books by David R. Wommack


 

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