I have always succeeded when I pushed myself out of my comfort zone
MENLO PARK, Calif. (PRWEB) September 11, 2014
William L. Mince, new COO of LiveLeaf, Inc., is fine with his employees’ failure, as long as they fail fast and learn from the mistake.
In Mince’s new book, Up from the Crowd, he describes how his own mentors encouraged him to leave his comfort zone, helping him grow into the leader he is today. From his own experiences, Mince offers advice for managers on becoming effective leaders.
“Great mentors and coaches in my career have been instrumental in helping me grow from a manager to a leader to a public company executive,” Mince said. “Up from the Crowd provides inspiration to new managers to improve their leadership skills, focus on the importance of people, and separate themselves from their peers through above average performance.”
Mince’s long career spans from developing technological systems to national speaking engagements on building maquiladoras in Mexico; from creating new software algorithms to improving warehouse productivity; and from redefining employee performance management processes to advancing phototherapy for the treatment of jaundice in newborns.
“I have always succeeded when I pushed myself out of my comfort zone,” Mince said.
For more information, visit upfromthecrowd.com.
Up from the Crowd
By William L. Mince
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iUniverse
About the author
William L. Mince, new COO of LiveLeaf, Inc., has developed his leadership, strategic, managerial, turnaround, and coaching skills over a long career that has taken him from a manager to a leader to a public company executive.
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