Richard T. Levene’s “You Are Doing It Wrong” has been released worldwide. This 142-page book examines the critical differences between management and leadership, identifying the characteristics and mindset of effective leaders that so many simple “managers” get wrong.
Based on his own transformation from an unconscious, empowered manager to a patient, self-aware, and compassionate leader, this book offers practical, concise advice that’s easy to understand — but hard to execute. True leadership, Levene defines, is not simply a set of actions or checkboxes, but rather a set of interpersonal and intrapersonal skills that can be developed.
These skills include humility and empathy, as well as people-facing emotional intelligence that enables leaders to understand and connect with their teams. This approach to leadership principles helps teams thrive, maximizes their potential, and creates a company culture of honesty and joyful collaboration.
you do it incorrectly (ISBN: 9798986061467) can be purchased from retailers worldwide, including Barnes and Noble and Amazon. The paperback retails for $14.99. Bulk orders are available through Ingram.
From the back cover:
Leadership is the most important trait in a good business owner. You must have the ability to create a culture and core values that your employees trust and respect. To be a good leader, you must use both intrapersonal and interpersonal skills to lead your team, customers, and employees. The central message of the book is that while leadership can be learned, it must be practiced. This encourages leaders to trust employees because they have the ability to do great things if given the right tools and encouragement. Key concepts introduced in this book include emotional intelligence, hope, humility, and empathy. The author points out that if leaders focus on these traits both within themselves and with their work teams and customers, they will be able to help their businesses grow and maximize their potential.
About the Author:
Richard T. Levene is the founder of Dignity Leadership Consulting, a consulting firm that helps individuals, teams, and organizations build and improve their cultures by developing core leadership skills. Rich holds a Master of Science in Leadership and Change from St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, and has studied how people work together throughout his career spanning more than 25 years. Rich’s knowledge comes from extensive experience in automotive industry operations. This includes working with auto finance lenders and B2B wholesale businesses. Rich has spent the past several years using behavioral assessment tools to help organizations improve performance through effective people development.
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