Winning at Leadership by Sal Monastero

How to become an Effective Leader

Create a compelling
path to leadership!
Gain invaluable guidance, tips, and mentorship...

DO YOU WANT TO BE A LEADER?
Every parent, teacher, coach, leader and manager at every level and in all walks of life can apply the candid guidance offered in Winning at Leadership.

 

LEADERSHIP CAN BE LEARNED.
Few of us were born natural leaders.  Natural leaders exist but most of us need to learn how to lead.  New leaders almost always concentrate on methods and objectives but in reality need to concentrate on people and heart.

Winning at Leadership will show you how to be an effective leader in any endeavor.

 

LEARN HOW TO BE A GOOD LISTENER.
First listen, second learn then lead should be your motto.  Most leaders first "tell" then expect everyone to follow.  You will learn that leadership does not work if you "tell and expect" others to follow.  In Winning at Leadership you will learn not only how to listen but also how to demonstrate that you heard what was said.

      

SUCCESSFUL LEADERS KNOW THAT EVERYONE IS A VOLUNTEER.
Leadership wisdom starts when you realize everyone on your team is a volunteer.  New leaders focus on control, structure and objectives.  Effective leaders know that they must create an atmosphere where teamwork, openness and support creates in their associates the desire to be on the team.  Winning at Leadership will give you the understanding of what it takes to earn your own volunteers.

 

LEARN PRACTICAL LEADERSHIP FROM ONE OF THE BEST.
Now you can learn all the subtle nuances of leadership from a 40 year leader who many have called the dean of Wall Street managers.  What can you learn from someone who was not a CEO?  Everything!  The reason is that he dealt everyday with the same issues you will deal with everyday.  CEO's have men and women like us to execute and deliver results.  We stand for them in the daily leadership role.  You can use everything I learned over 40 years to create your own success career in leadership.