About CARE to Lead
Would you like to grow your leadership skills but are tired of the endless, dense and droning volumes available on the market today?
Good news: Alec McGalliard is here to help. With his new book, CARE to Lead: How to Master and Implement Four Keys to Leadership: Communication, Accountability, Relationships and Example of Excellence, he offers practical skills and repeatable tools you can use to improve stat, all in one slim volume that won’t break your brain.
The practical, commonsense leadership tools you’ll discover within CARE to Lead prioritize continuous learning through self-reflection and a desire to improve. With them at your side, you can enhance your leadership qualities and learn to lead by example.
The secret? CARE – Communication, Accountability, Relationships and an Example of Excellence. This handy-dandy formula offers accessible leadership principles for your own education, not to mention passing on to others to cultivate the next generation of leaders.
What exactly will you learn in this book?
What the CARE leadership tools are and how they work
The three aspects of your job you must care about in order to truly fulfill CARE
The negative outcomes stemming from poor communication (example: we all hate rumors!)
The simple steps you can take to improve your conversation and delivery
The major misconception most people hold about accountability
How to establish an environment of integrity even as a young leader
How to manage the inherent fragility of relationships
What Albert Einstein has to say on the example of excellence … and how you can put it to work for you
How to use all of these tools in real-life situations
The bottom line skills and tools you need to succeed in the workplace, the boardroom or just plain life
The fact of the matter is, only when you lead by example and consistently work to develop a strong leadership habit will you become the boss, manager or mentor you were born to be.
If you’re tired of leadership books for women and men alike that fail to emphasize the concrete and the actionable, and are instead looking for meaningful leadership coaching that doesn’t take years to learn, this is the book for you.
McGalliard is humble and earnest, willing to talk about his mistakes and the leadership code they helped him develop – including what doesn’t work. He’s been in your shoes, and will probably be there again, and that’s okay. As long as you take leadership in organizations seriously, you’ll get there.
So just who is Alec McGalliard to teach you all this? Simply put, he’s been a leader for more than half his life. He is a veteran of the United States Navy Submarine Force and has a 33-plus year career in nuclear energy, and as such, has been a manager and mentor at many levels. The result: a slim, accessible guidebook you can keep on hand for life.