Inside this book is a simple framework that will transform you into a confident leader who is never a soul-sucking bosshole.
This book is for those with a heart for serving others and a head for business.
There are many books out there about being leaderly. They can be confusing, contradictory, and leave you tangled up in theory and complexity.
So, what makes this book any different?
People First clarifies how you can focus your limited time, energy, and efforts to transform employee engagement, build repeat customers, and delight stakeholders. Regardless of your industry or current level.
People have been waiting for a leader like you!
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What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Good leadership is hard.
Having great leaders abound would have relieved me of my need to write this book.
Businesses would be filled with happy, fulfilled employees who love going to work.
There would be leaders who understand and own their responsibilities to create a working environment that supports the success of engaged employees, repeat customers, and delighted stakeholders.
I'm not living in Fantasyland. These leaders exist, and you can become one.
All you have to do is choose what type of leader you want to be.
I have written this book for you with lessons learned from my experiences (and research) to help new leaders, people who have been overwhelmed by leadership in the past, and anyone who wonders if it is possible to be a People First leader.
This book is everything I wish knew before I started out as a manager. Specifically, it is about holding on to my values, relationships, and not feeling overwhelmed by the 147 things I need to do TODAY.
This book will help you lead and create the best work environments for the best results.
When I was 24 years old and couldn't keep a houseplant alive, I was responsible for over 300 employees at the Walt Disney World Resort.
My early leadership days were filled with anxiety, worry, doubt, lack of confidence, and a sense that I was in way over my head. I would wake up thinking,
"This is the day they find out I did not deserve this position."
Because, if the truth came out … I would be fired.
Leading to a feature on the front page of the Orlando Sentinel.
It's one of the many things I lost sleep over while working for one of the world’s most admired companies.
In addition, I’d have to tell my parents I’m moving back in with them and back in that day, that wasn’t a cool thing to do.
I'm from a very small town. It would be even more embarrassing than the time I backed the car into the garage and people talked about it for months. Seriously, was there NOTHING else to talk about?
It turns out researchers termed those feelings the impostor phenomenon or impostor syndrome, and they affect even the best leaders.
Over the years, I have led teams around the world for Disney, developed leaders at all levels through Disney University, and trained organizations with the Disney Institute.
I was even elected as the president of a homeowners’ association governing 550 houses and their owners.
I have been fortunate to work with some of the very best leaders, and even some big bossholes over the years and have learned from them both.
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