Doing the right thing for the long-term benefit of an organization requires bravery that most corporate executives are not willing to demonstrate because of the pressures of short-term profitability.
Midland, MI (PRWEB) November 04, 2013
The recent government shutdown has incited quite a scare in the business world for entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses. Now more than ever, leaders are seeking strategies that keep their companies from going under while building long-term success. Jeff Dudley is an experienced professional who is aiming to impact a broad audience by sharing his knowledge and practices through his book, “LeadeReliability.”
This “how-to” guide explores a unique approach where leadership, culture and profitability collide.
“The guide will change the way you think and the way you do business,” Dudley said.
Dudley’s book includes personal advice along with real world examples that provide guidance in leadership concepts. He focuses on relevant topics and practices that will help eliminate the significant impact of industrial unplanned events, as well as highlighting the importance of long-term business security rather than short-term profits.
“Doing the right thing for the long-term benefit of an organization requires bravery that most corporate executives are not willing to demonstrate because of the pressures of short-term profitability,” Dudley said.
Dudley’s methods are innovative yet “surprisingly uncomplicated.” He believes that those who are brave enough to follow his methods can become “wildly successful.”
For more information, visit http://www.leadereliability.com.
By: Jeff Dudley
Available in Softcover, Hardcover, E-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iUniverse
About the author
Jeff Dudley, President and founder of LeadeReliability, has worked in leadership positions in the manufacturing sector for more than 32 years. After retiring from The Dow Chemical Company, Dudley pursued his passion of learning and teaching by sharing his leadership concepts with businesses, organizations and individuals. Dudley lives on an 80-acre Arabian horse ranch, where he gardens, works with his horses, tends to a vineyard, and spends time with his family.