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Leading Change: How to Achieve Superior Results with Gentle Pressure Relentlessly Applied

Dan Mann

Tired of high hopes for your teams fizzling into disaster? Learn how to engage every member and create lasting success.

Are you frustrated with mind-numbing change management books full of impractical theories? Do you worry that taking charge of new responsibilities will be a dead-end road? Are you a visionary eager to make a mark on the world? With thirty-five years of retail leadership and twenty as a consultant with successful small businesses under his belt, Dan Mann has field-tested his winning formula to perfection. And now he's here to help you leverage both past failures and achievements into vital tools for solving complex problems.

Leading Change is a practical and humorous look at how to ensure your coaching, entrepreneurial leaps, or work promotions pay off. Using his powerful Gentle Pressure Relentlessly Applied framework, Mann offers a realistic approach to the challenges that leaders face in order to crush previously impenetrable barriers and promote progress. And by putting his tactics into action, you'll soon defeat old headaches while securing top-notch results from your current team.

In Leading Change, you'll discover:

- How creating buy-in from participants will let you reap the payoffs you envision

- Ways to build a culture of accountability that turns hires into valuable assets

- Strategies for communication that transcend generational barriers and drive unity

- Diagnoses of common mistakes to mold them into stepping-stones toward effective transformation

- Step-by-step outlines, enjoyable personal anecdotes, real client success stories, insight into how to use metrics, and much, much more!

Leading Change: How to Achieve Superior Results with Gentle Pressure Relentlessly Applied is a relatable, entertaining handbook for anyone guiding a team to the next level. If you like simple-to-follow steps, engaging examples, and advice from the trenches, then you'll love Dan Mann's dynamic process.

Buy Leading Change to manifest extraordinary outcomes today!

Book Details

  • Publisher: Mann Group
  • Publish Date: May 16th, 2023
  • Pages: 222
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.56in - 0.89lb
  • EAN: 9798987904510
  • Categories: LeadershipManagement - GeneralBusiness Communication - General

About the Author

Mann, Dan: - Dan Mann is the President of The Mann Group, the company he founded in 2003. After writing dozens of training manuals for his clients (Thule, Camelbak, Untuckit, Sun and Ski Sports, Fleet Feet Sports, Canyon Bicycles, Shimano, Brooks Running, Altra Running, CCA Global Partners, etc.) he finally decided in 2017 to write his first book: "ORBiT-The Art and Science of Influence", widely used as a resource for professional managers and trainers everywhere. Dan is a highly sought-after public speaker. He's presented thousands of keynote speeches for groups such as: The Travel and Adventure Show, The Running Event, IFTD/AFFTA, Interbike, National Shoe Retailers Association, Adidas, Wolverine, Vans, MacPac and The Surf Expo. He's spoken in all 50 states as well as in Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. His new book, "Leading Change: How to achieve superior results through Gentle Pressure Relentlessly Applied" was written because of his life-long career in leading teams. Teaching, training, and leading teams has been his passion since he started his career as a High School teacher in Selma, Alabama. Dan has taught or coached History, Art, Music, Karate, Choir, Calligraphy, Clowning, Public Speaking, Guitar, Basketball, Customer Service and Retail Sales. In fact, once he develops a passion for a new skill, it seems he sets about to teach it. He says his highest passion is teaching others, how to teach.These days, his passions are on camping (in the 20-year-old RV that he and Leslie renovated), Bourbon collecting, music, Smoked meats, bicycling, cooking, fountain pens and talking about all of these things to anyone that will listen.