Becoming a complete executive requires more than understanding how to run a business.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 20, 2013
Forbes recently posted the article, 10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before January 1. Well, author and executive coach Karen Wright has 10 answers, all rolled into one book.
The Complete Executive: The 10-Step System for Leadership Performance (Bibliomotion, September 25, 2012) is guaranteed to help leaders achieve their goals in the New Year and beyond.
Becoming a complete executive requires more than understanding how to run a business. Leaders not only need incredible physical energy and stamina, they need a support system, philosophy, plan, business acumen, social network, and a brand and reputation that will ensure they achieve their vision. Karen Wright believes that the truly successful leader is able to achieve business success, physical health, and personal happiness all at once.
Through an assessment tool, readers can determine where they stand on the leadership scale, and what areas they can address and improve. From the book, readers will learn to:
1. Make health and fitness a top priority
2. Craft a life plan
3. Invest in relationships
4. Be a real leader
5. Put the business basics in place
6. Take charge of professional aspirations
7. Build a valuable network
8. Be a lifelong learner
9. Have some fun!
10. Pause and reflect
Take the Complete Executive online assessment at http://www.karenwrightcoaching.com.
Click to download a sample chapter from The Complete Executive.
Praise for The Complete Executive:
“Karen Wright cuts to the chase. No time wasted. She tells you what to do and why to do it, then lays out the road map to get you there. Brilliant!”
-(Marcia Conner, co-author of The New Social Learning; consultant to some of the world's largest organizations)
"A powerful synthesis of the 100 key practices that have fueled the journeys of countless world-class business leaders. Wright's rare ability to see and integrate 'life beyond the office' as a key enabler in professional excellence makes this a must-read. Don't just buy it, live it!"
-(Jonathan Fields, author of Uncertainty; founder GoodLifeProject.com)
“One piece at a time or all in one go, this is the holistic must-read manual for any exec who needs to take his or her performance to the next level.”
-(Mark Bowden, communication coach to the Fortune 500 C-suite and G8 Leaders and author of Winning Body Language)
“There are many guides to self-improvement on the market, but this is one of the only books I’ve ever seen that addresses the myriad ways to become a ‘complete executive” from an evidence-based perspective. Based on real-world experience, the author has gathered fresh stories and paired them with scientific data to support her 100-point plan to be effective in life and business. If you don’t own this book and study it carefully, you will be doing yourself a grave disservice because it has become a must-read for my clients.”
-(Caroline Adams Miller, MAPP, coach; author of Creating Your Best Life)
“The key word is 'complete.' Karen's extensive experience working with leaders at all levels has allowed her to craft the best guide to executive success that I've read.”
-(Gavin Brown, Executive Director, Executive Development, Richard Ivey School of Business)