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Change: It’s about the People
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Your First Leadership Job

What’s different about this leadership book?

“…the most practical, detailed, and truly useful [leadership book] I’ve seen in a long, long time.”

“…a clear, detailed blueprint to being successful.”

“...the first well-researched book I’ve read that got me asking the important questions for how to become better.”

“…a must-read for any newly promoted people manager…”

“…a valuable and practical resource for any aspiring leader.”

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Your First Leadership Job

How Catalyst Leaders Bring Out the Best in Others

Congratulations! You’re now in charge. Perhaps it’s your first time as a leader, or maybe you want to fine-tune your skills. Either way, you’ve begun one of the most rewarding chapters of your career. spacerBut, like many beginnings, the first few years can be challenging. Fortunately, you don’t have to tackle this challenge on your own.

How can you become the very best first-time leader? [Read more]

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Bonus Chapters

Change: It’s about the People
Innovation: Be Prepared to Fail Early and Often
Your Next Career Move and Next Adventure

Tools

New Leader Checklist
Personal and Practical Needs
Discussion Planner
Energy Magnets
Strategy Execution Tool
Ways to Recognize Individuals
Interaction Skills Simulation
Video on Delegating
Networking Skills Self-Assessment
…and more!

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What’s different about this leadership book?

“…the most practical, detailed, and truly useful [leadership book] I’ve seen in a long, long time.”

“…a clear, detailed blueprint to being successful.”

“...the first well-researched book I’ve read that got me asking the important questions for how to become better.”

“…a must-read for any newly promoted people manager…”

“…a valuable and practical resource for any aspiring leader.”

Read the full endorsements

Buy the book from:

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

Books-A-Million

Wiley

Amazon Kindle

Google Playstore

iTunes

Endorsements for Your First Leadership Job
Elke Thamm
Elke ThammGroup Head of Talent, FTSE 50 Organisation
“A comprehensive and practical guide for anyone who is taking on their first leadership role, complete with tailored advice for women stepping into leadership. A must-read for any newly promoted people manager and a great best practise guide for all experienced people managers who are committed to lifelong learning.”
Steve Sutton
Steve SuttonDirector, Regional Delivery Manager / US Country Manager, Volvo Group University
“I had been a manager for several years, and I was missing foundational conversation skills in my leadership style. I really wish I had been exposed to them early in my leadership career. For more than 10 years now, I have put the new skills to work every day. They helped me achieve my success.”
Tony Bingham
Tony BinghamPresident & CEO, Association for Talent Development (formerly ASTD)
“No one ever sets out to be a poor leader. But it’s that first leadership role that often sets the trajectory for how successful a leader will be. The authors have delivered a book, backed by excellent DDI research, that is packed with insights and actionable steps. It’s a must-read for those who are transitioning into a leadership role and who are committed to achieving excellence.”
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