It's Good to Be King : A Leadership Fable for Everyday Leaders
It's Good To Be King will help you to become a better leader. It's Good To Be King is a leadership parable. In fact, some consider it a bedtime story for modern day leaders. It is intended to be read and enjoyed by all kinds of leaders, including those who lead others in business, their communities, places of worship and volunteer organizations. It's Good To Be King tells the story of King Joe and his trusted advisor, the Wizard Gumdorf. You will see how they work together to transform the fate and fortune of the mystical Kingdom of Candyshire by applying common sense and sound leadership strategies -- just like the ones we all can use to shape and transform the groups and organizations that we lead. If you lead others, in any capacity, you will delight in the takeaways summarized at the close of each chapter. Read It's Good To Be King and you will understand why so many other leaders find this book a "must read." The book contains over 60 leadership tips to help you to better set direction and manage change!
- Paperback | 94 pages
- 140 x 216 x 5mm | 120g
- 13 Feb 2017
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
About MR James M Kerr
James M. Kerr is recognized as one of today's foremost authorities on leadership, strategy and organizational design. He serves as the global chair of N2Growth's culture transformation practice and is a popular business columnist and author. Jim specializes in leadership, strategic planning, business transformation, culture design and executive coaching. Assisting dozens of exceptional organiza-tions for more than 30 years, he can claim such diverse corporations as The Home Depot, General Dynamics, Mitsui Sumitomo and Accenture as clients. Jim has been a featured guest on various business programs airing on Fox News, SiriusXM and CBS Ra-dio. Besides his weekly Inc. column, his articles have appeared in a variety of other business publications, in-cluding BusinessWeek, Management-Issues and Fast Company. Jim also functions as an Adjunct Faculty Member at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Hartford Graduate Center, where he teaches graduate courses in Strategic Planning.