Chandler, AZ (PRWEB) October 08, 2013
It is important to retain a qualified and motivated workforce to reach goals and produce profits. Great supervisors, managers, and leaders must produce a plan of action that reflects some realistic and achievable goals. In his new publication, author Grady B. Parks Jr. reveals the essential keys to become a better manager and leader. "Emergency Management 9-1-1" will motivate readers to develop their managerial skills. Applying the managerial skills reflected in this book will help their career and the employees trusted in their care.
This book will bring new meaning in becoming a better manager and leader. One must learn to address issues more than once, reinforce them more than twice and one will reap the rewards three times over. One must be willing to invest the time required to learn the intricacies of the job. Secondly, one must learn to accept and respect the knowledge of others. The person who has the fountain of knowledge must be identified, praised and nurtured as an invaluable asset for personal growth and development.
"Emergency Management 9-1-1" provides clear and concise paths that accurately evaluate one’s ability to manage resources and methods on how to become a dynamic leader who can balance people, performance results and profits without compromising established goals and at the same time, become an invaluable asset to the organization’s successful growth. It also allows the reader to perform a self-evaluation on their current managerial skills and overlay their findings to their actual work environment.
This will be a truly valuable read for those who have a strong desire to discover their management strengths and weaknesses in a safe and non-threatening environment. It can become a leading reference foundation in repairing discovered management deficiencies before they can become noted crisis.
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About the Author
Grady B. Parks Jr. was born at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Ga., on July 28, 1940. Growing up under segregation and its enforced limitations was very puzzling. It was very difficult to understand what a person’s color had to do with human dignity, work opportunities and social justice. After graduating from Booker T. Washington High School in 1959, it became increasingly clear that he had to make a life-changing decision — go to college or join the military to get his service obligation out of the way in order to take advantage of future opportunities within our black or white communities. His initial military career was a great awakening because it forced him to take charge of himself. His 30 years in the United States Air Force exposed him to many multicultural experiences while attaining the highest enlisted rank of chief master sergeant.
Emergency Management 9-1-1 * by Grady B. Parks Jr.
In God We Trust, All Others Must Be Monitored
Publication Date: October 1, 2013
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 100 pages; 978-1-4931-0849-7
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 100 pages; 978-1-4931-0850-3
e-book; $3.99; 978-1-4931-0851-0
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