PEOPLE OR RESULTS.
YOU DON'T HAVE TO CHOOSE.
You probably already know how to build a budget, negotiate a deal, read a financial statement, and build a capital expenditure case. But does that make you a good leader? You may be a top performer in sales, but do you
know how to create a high-performing sales team and get the most out of them?
If you're like many leaders, these questions might make you feel anxious, or maybe slightly panicked. Why? Because most organizations spend a lot of time and money on job-related training but invest precious
little in teaching people to lead.
Bankable Leadership offers a refreshing, practical approach to leadership that can change both lives and businesses.
LET'S GET MORE SPECIFIC
As a leader, you've likely felt this fundamental tension—the tension between focusing on people and driving results. Even though research tells us that effective leaders balance people and
results, this complicated balancing act is easier said than done. In the quest to create happy employees and drive bottom-line results, most leaders feel more comfortable doing one than the other—choosing
either a “Cool Parent” or “Trail of Dead Bodies” approach. And whether they know it or not, this imbalance drastically limits their success.
In Bankable Leadership, organizational psychologist Dr. Tasha Eurich solves this dilemma and reveals how to make leadership exhilarating, fun, and fulfilling. Built on decades of research and
the transformation of real leaders, her fresh, practical model can help anyone become bankable—producing results while fostering a healthy work environment that ensures sustainable success.
DO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING CHALLENGES SOUND FAMILIAR?
Why can’t my employees just do what I tell them? Why do I have to have so many conversations with them just to get things done?
Are my employees getting complacent? And if I recognize them for their work, what will I do if they start to act entitled?
Whenever I walk into the room all conversation halts, are they talking about me behind my back? Have I become Michael Scott from The Office?
Why do I feel so uncomfortable when I have to make difficult decisions or hold people accountable? Why is it so hard for me to be the bad guy when I need to?
Creating leaders who are great with people AND deliver results is the business equivalent of making a dessert that tastes amazing and
yet has only 15 calories. In this book Tasha Eurich shows you how to do both simultaneously. If she were a chef, she'd be starring on the Food Network.
WHAT READERS SAY
STEVEN R. NOTHEM (from Facebook)
I've been in the financial services business for over 30 years. This book is the best I ever read, and I have read many over the years! Congrats on a masterpiece Dr. T.
TINTSWALO (Amazon Reviewer)
The book brings you in touch with reality and reminds one the need to invest in people...very relevant and practical book.
BRENT MERWIN (from Facebook)
Bankable Leadership is an excellent book and an easy read. I enjoyed it thoroughly, and I feel it helped raise my awareness and will make me a better leader for my staff and my peers. Thank you!
S. BASSOW (Amazon Reviewer)
I have read no shortage of business leadership books...this one is the most user friendly that I've read in a very long time...