(Business Leaders Edition Volume 10, Edition 17) Every enterprise needs leadership and great leaders are formed through both success and failure. Are you and your organization positioned properly for this new age of leadership?
Adam Torres and Tim Kintz are here to help you move forward. In this latest edition of Mission Matters (Business Leaders Edition Volume 10, Edition 17), Torres and Kintz feature 38 top professionals who share their lessons on leadership.
In these pages, through inspiring stories, you’ll discover:
How to activate the power of authentic leadership
Why mental health is the driving force behind success
The marketer’s guide to digital transformation
Why you shouldn’t take no for an answer
How to think like a venture capitalist
The power of behavioral science to improve leadership
And much more!
The business leaders who contributed to this book are:
Jessica Z. Brandenburg
Lee Ann Schwope
Leigh Priebe Kearney
Mark A. Mears
Mark Andrew Thiede
Mark R. Warren
Matthew J. McCarl Sr.
Mher M. Vartanian
Scott E. LeBeau
Adam Torres is the co-founder of Mission Matters Media, a media and publishing company dedicated to the needs of business owners, entrepreneurs, and executives. An international speaker and the author of multiple bestselling books, Adam’s advice has been featured in major publications such as Forbes, Inc., and Fox Business. Listen to Adam’s popular podcast Mission Matters at MissionMatters.com.
Tim Kintz is the author of the Amazon bestsellers Frictionless and Fearless, and president of the Kintz Group, one of the automotive industry’s premier sales and management training companies. Tim delivers hands-on training, coaching and presentations throughout the world, teaching practical sales and management. Tim started working at a Honda dealership, detailing cars at first, until he became friends with a salesperson, and soon after a manager. That salesperson saw potential in Tim that he didn’t know he had, and changed his life forever. Tim started out on the floor, learning everything he could, and quickly worked his way up to management. He was recruited by a top Dealer Group in the area, and was eventually sent to NADA Dealer Academy to learn every aspect of running a dealership.
Eleven Alaskan winters convinced him to join a well-respected training company, teaching sales and management techniques in warmer climates. After 13 years, Tim decided to go back into the dealership—this time as a General Manager. It didn’t take long to realize that the business had changed. Customer expectations had evolved, and the need to evolve the sales process was critical. After a year, Tim knew it was time to share his knowledge with the industry that had given him so much. Tim is a strong believer in the power of a great leader. His work centers on the tools and skills that managers and sales teams need to anticipate change, adapt to challenges and dominate their market.