#ChallengeAccepted book: delayed
#ChallengeAccepted is a guide, a handbook for helping people navigate their ways from the first-time manager to a leader, written in a way to become that buddy we all need(ed) but were afraid to ask.
Chapter 6: Delegate. Delegate. Delegate.
Micromanager is Latin for a boss who can't delegate. —Peter Kos There is a reason why I repeated the word
Chapter 5: Develop your communication/narrative
How you do anything is how you do everything. Every good leader has to have a signature communication style. Their
Chapter 4: Develop your signature style (toolkit)
“Good artists copy; great artists steal.” —Steve Jobs (stolen from Pablo Picasso)Everybody gets a stamp. It can be based
Chapter 3: Quick Wins
This is probably one of those hated corporate expressions — Quick Wins. But for the lack of smarter words, I’m
Chapter 2: People Manager
Most of the new managers get promoted from within, and the way we get promoted isn’t necessarily the best.
Chapter 1: Welcome To Management (or Keep Calm & Manage People?)
Chapter 1: Welcome To Management (or Keep Calm & Manage People?) Writing my 2nd book in public by publishing raw chapter drafts.
#ChallengeAccepted book outline
Outline of my 2nd book. Starting now. Subscribe to follow along.
Challenge Accepted: pre-announcing my second book.
Pre-announcing my 2nd book: Challenge Accepted. From impostor to leader: becoming the boss you'd like to work for.