Making a Difference: Twelve Qualities That Make You a Leader

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AudioInk, Oct 15, 2012 - Business & Economics
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Annotation Sheila Murray Bethel shares her phenomenal step-by-step motivational program that proves everyone can be a leader. The powerful resources are already inside us, it's just a matter of unlocking them and using them effectively--and this #1 people-proven success plan tells readers just how to do that. When the pressure is on, you must be at your very best. Your ability to focus on the strongest leadership qualities that guide, encourage, and inspire others is what will get you through difficult times. Dr. Sheila Murray Bethel will help you focus on the guiding philosophies and skill sets you need to build people and organizations in times of pressure. Being a leader who can stand the test of time, one who can act quickly and decisively while helping followers keep the situation in perspective is a rare gift that you too can develop.

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What qualities or characteristics are essential to make a leader? Bethel, owner of Getting Control Inc., a marketing and training corporation based in San Francisco, has identified 12 qualities that ... Read full review


1 Has a Mission That Matters 2 Has HighEthics
Is aTeam Builder 4 Is A Big Thinker
Masters Change 6 Is Sensitive 7 Communicates Effectively 8 Is a Risk Taker
Is a Decision Maker
Uses Power Wisely
Is Courageous
Is Committed

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Sheila M. Bethel is a Best Selling Author, Global Expert on Leadership, Change Management and Customer Service. Dr. Sheila Murray Bethel's client list reads like a Global Who's Who of Business, Trade Associations, Education and Government. She is a member of the Speaker Hall of Fame with over 3,000 presentations to over two million people in 20 countries. She brings a broad view of current trends and relevant issues that maximize human resources… solve people problems and increase bottom line results. Sheila shares real world solutions for real world issues.

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