When Habits Aren't Enough: Real Strategies for Successful Trust-building Management
He posits that ideas and leadership habits fail because they are only philosophies of leadership, butWhen Habits Aren't Enoughgoes beyond ideas and suggested practices. He has written the first book of its kind, presenting you with step-by-step instructions to create an airtight management model of leadership: the trust-building model. It's not a philosophy or a management style. It's an actual printable, readable, working model. The model presents a foolproof template to set you and your staff up for success. It represents many benefits beyond just problem-solving and conflict resolution and creates the opportunity for easy trust-building resolution of any workplace or personnel issue. Learn from John's invaluable model, and find out the next stepWhen Habits Aren't Enough.
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