People Follow You delivers a simple and actionable formula for building strong relationships with employees and gaining their buy-in. Ultimately, people follow leaders they like, trust, and believe in, leading to higher productivity and long-term development. Managers don't get paid for what they do but rather for the performance of their people. By putting your people first, you'll position yourself and your company for success.
People Follow You offers five easily understood and implemented levers critical to influencing your people's performance. You'll learn the real secrets to:
Motivate and position your employees to perform at the highest level
Retain top talent by building trust and loyalty
Create an environment where people grow, develop, and thrive
Communicate effectively so that you're heard
Increase productivity and take your team to a new level of success
Become a manager people will follow, and you'lllead your team to greater achievements andmeasurable gains.
Checked out this book for free from my work's online library. Loved it enough to buy my own physical copy! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jordan Malokofsky
I have read hundreds of leadership books, and this is a good, well-written and solid book on the fundamentals of what it takes to truly be a great leader. Read morePublished 6 months ago by John B. Spence
Definitely a book that struck a cord with me! A great personal development read!!Published 7 months ago by LovetoRead
Great fast read to give helpful ideas in how to get people to follow you.Published 7 months ago by Shad frazier
Great advice to anyone new to being the "boss" (not counting recently married folks).Published 10 months ago by Liz, CNY
"People Follow You" is a wonderful tool for any type of Management that one will come across. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Andrew Mills
Any leader needs to read this book! It really makes you take a look at who you are and what you want the people you lead to see you as. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Christopher DelaCruz
I highly recommend this book to anybody in business that is interested in bettering themselves. If you are a manager, it is an eye opener of how to view your role and how your... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Chad Couch