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Make The Noise Go Away: The Power Of An Effective Second-In-Command Paperback – September 15, 2011
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About the Author
Larry G. Linne has a diverse background that ranges from professional athlete to current partner and CEO of Sitkins Group, Inc. A consultant, coach, and keynote speaker, Linne is the CEO of Intellectual Innovations LLC. He lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, with his wife, Deborah, and their five daughters. Ken Koller attended The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, where he obtained his certificate in business management in 1970 and a bachelor of science degree in 1973. His most recent experiences as both first in command and second in command have provided great insight into how these important relationships are established and refined to achieve improved performance and organizational success. Ken continues his business consulting practice as principal of Koller Associates.
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There is a better way to running your business than with you micromanaging and frustrating your employees. If you:
- Feel stuck, frustrated, overwhelmed, out of control, or unhappy in your professional and / or personal life
- Haven’t taken a vacation in years
- “Hit the ceiling” in business growth - can’t grow any more with your current team
- Need professional management because family members won’t cut it anymore
- Are spending too much time working IN THE BUSINESS vs. ON THE BUSINESS...
...then you MUST read this book!
I'm not a fan of the allegory format, and admittedly started reading with some skepticism. The points are well made, and critical to any key executive relationship. Anyone who is a first-in-command, a second-in-command, or a first-in-command who would like to have an effective second-in-command owes it to himself or herself to invest a couple of hours in this book.