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Being an effective boss is more than just meeting deadlines and raising profits. A great boss entails building strong relationships with employees and laying the groundwork for a professional environment that inspires growth and creativity.
Whether it's through setting clear goals or through establishing well-defined citizenship standards, #GREAT BOSSES tweet aims to share Edmonds' insights on the qualities of good professional leadership and proper employee engagement.
After years of professional experience as a leadership expert, S. Chris Edmonds has built a tried and tested managerial philosophy around valuing people as much as profits and shareholder return. The result is more lucrative long term results in work productivity and overall job satisfaction.
At a time when employees are only as good as the bosses that lead them, #GREAT BOSSES tweet aspires to raise the bar in the way bosses deal with the teams they lead. This book shares the necessary tools you need to improve relationships with team members, inspire professional growth and attract and retain new talent.
Readers will be able to relate to #GREAT BOSSES tweet by reflecting on their own great bosses. By harnessing personal experiences alongside Edmonds key insights, readers will be able to better understand the practices of a great boss, particularly in the areas of growth, relationships, excellence, accountability, and teamwork. #GREAT BOSSES tweet outlines the mindset necessary to become an effective manager, an inspiring leader, and a great boss.
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