Credit F.A.Manske Jr. for the most enlightening book about leadership, its ethics, problems and how to solve them. From the start of SECRETS OF EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP to the page listing the Ten Commandments of Leadership, Manske proves without a doubt that he is a master of the subject. He is not a theorist; he is a hands on professional. His book is a must for any man or woman who wishes to be an outstanding leader in any field or endeavor. --Sidney H. Ascher, Syndicated Columnist, Gannett Newspapers
Manske brings enough inspiration and uplift to recharge tired batteries and refocus your attention on why you picked this line of work in the first place. --M. Donald Thomas, The Executive Educator
The book is important because it is a collection of learning experiences by people who, having faced and dealt with uncomfortable situations, discovered the most desirable methods for achieving effective leadership. --Susan Dugal, Baylor Business Review
If you want to make sure you have the proper skills to lead in the best way possible, then the book Secrets of Effective Leadership: A Practical Guide to Success is for you ... it is a guide meant to shorten the amount of time it takes to develop your skills to become a leader. This is a book that can get you to the leadership role you want and deserve much faster than you might think possible. It is also a great resource to use in your management meetings. --restaurant-books.com
About the Author
Fred A. Manske Jr. has been instrumental in developing the exceptional business of FEDERAL EXPRESS. During his tenure as Senior Vice-President Operations and Sales, revenues increased from $415 million to $3.2 billion and Dun's Business Month named the company one of the five best-managed corporations.
Next, Mr. Manske joined PUROLATOR COURIER, Canada's leading express distribution company, as President and CEO. He is widely recognized for his leadership of the dramatic turn-around in the company's profits and service quality.
Mr. Manske has taught in the MBA programs at several universities, published articles on how to motivate and develop employees and has been a keynote speaker at international leadership and productivity conferences. Currently, he serves as President and CEO of Leadership Education and Development, Inc. and Chairman of the College Ethics Symposium.