"People don't leave an organization; they leave a boss" has become a truism in the workplace. The most common issue is that employees who get promoted from supervisor to manager or from manager to senior executive don't have adequate leadership and communication skills for the job. As a result, they are stuck in micromanagement mode.
This audiobook addresses the micromanagement problem by providing principles to help professionals think, coach, converse, speak, write, and meet strategically to deliver results. Booher guides listeners through the transition from being a tactical thinker conducting day-to-day administrative work to a strategic thinker dealing with critical problem analysis, generating innovative ideas and aiming at a targeted solution. While strategic thinking is the first step to standing out, if you are unable to communicate your strategic thinking, you will remain stuck. Booher's research-based practice of strategic communication gives managers the training they desperately need as they move into leadership positions.
The ability to take your knowledge, experience, and judgment and translate it for different groups and different levels in an organization transforms leaders from being ordinary to extraordinary.
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