Learning to Lead
Learning to Lead
Leadership involves remaining relevant, and, in this book, Learning to Lead, I teach leaders how to stay relevant. Leaders understand that what you did in yesteryear may have worked then but will not work now. So, I give you my lessons learned, valuable wisdom from my 37 years of constant adjustments to approaching leadership.
This book will also provide you with the leadership insights gained from my academic journey that have helped to shape my leadership skillsets and abilities. I have studied leadership at the highest level of academic studies: I have a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership, and I had the opportunity of studying leadership and management at Duke University’s world-class Fuqua School of Business, where I earned a Global Executive MBA. I also had the opportunity to earn a Master in Economic Development and Entrepreneurship, which taught me the skillsets to lead in government, community, and business. In addition to my acquisition of leadership skills, I also received a Master in Counseling and Guidance, where I earned professional certifications in psychotherapy, adding to my arsenal of emotional intelligence skillsets.
I have taken both my experience and education and trained leaders worldwide in church, business, and government. So this book contains the best practices of leadership I’ve acquired along the way. This book makes them attainable for anyone interested in learning to lead!
- Learning to Lead is necessary for seasoned leaders who desire to sharpen their leadership effectiveness and skillsets.
- Learning to Lead will provide valuable ideas and thoughts for the most effective leader to propel their leadership forward.
- Learning to Lead will give the young leader, whether in age or experience, the tools to confidently lead with passion and discipline and experience measurable success.