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First-time leaders get motivational and planning tools from top executive coaching firms.  

The First-Time Leader provides basic frameworks, processes, and tools to help first-time leaders and their teams deliver better results faster. Leading is about inspiring and enabling others to do their absolute best, together, to realize a meaningful and rewarding shared purpose. Authors George Bradt, managing director of PrimeGenesis, and Gillian Davis, managing director of AlanKey, show how to achieve these results through the BRAVE acronym: behaviors, relationships, attitudes, values, environment. Learn the three stages of team development and get advice for specific leadership situations including onboarding yourself, onboarding others, and crisis management.  

  • Offers a way of thinking about leadership and a structure for action to help first-time leaders lead at both overall conceptual and tactical levels  
  • Contains illustrative examples and stories from a range of experienced leaders and experts to help guide first-time leaders through things they may not have experienced themselves  

The First-Time Leader shows new leaders what to do next, later, never, why, and how. It's an indispensable guide for stepping up and inspiring others to come together for success.

©2014 George Bradt and Gillian Davis (P)2018 Gildan Media, LLC

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  • 30-11-18

Maybe on Paper, this is not an Audio Book

I only got about 30 minutes into this audiobook before I decided to turn back. Besides being read like a textbook, it turns out it is. This is probably a great book to read on paper, in your own voice. The reading here is dry and pedantic (read no flourish or tone). I stopped at the 30 minute mark because the author states something along the lines of "this is not a book you just read and think about, it is designed as a reference book to come back to." Well, that's kinda tough for an audio book.

Way to boring to listen to, not designed to be an audiobook. Maybe buy the print version.