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Next-Level Leadership Resource Guide

Juston C. Pate

Pages: 172
ISBN: 978-145754-548-1
List Price: 24.95
Category: Prof. Reference & Textbooks
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Edition: Perfectbound

The Next-Level Leadership Resource Guide is intended to accompany the wonderfully written Next-Level Leadership by Dr. Juston Pate. As with all of his books, this guide is written in an easy, conversational tone and leaves you feeling as though you’ve had a discussion about your growth instead of merely responding to text, answering questions, and filling out forms This guide contains everything you will need to help you become the type of leader that any teammate would like to follow. It contains stories that both inform and entertain as well as a large variety of questions, activities, scenarios, and projects to help you focus on some of the most important aspects of quality leadership. The resource guide concludes with a step-by-step outline for a leadership growth plan to help you continue your development journey long after you have finished these books. As Juston says, “Leadership is not about you. It’s about your effect.” If you want to make your effect as positive as it can be, start your journey with the Next-Level Leadership book series!

Juston C. Pate is the Provost for Maysville Community and Technical College. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Louisville and has worked in higher education administration for the past ten years. Juston has been published in a variety of formats and has contributed to the field of leadership development through many articles, presentations, seminars, and speaking engagements. He has worked with leaders in education, health care, and business across the nation.

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