Stay relevant, stay connected, STAY AHEAD OF THE GAME.
When it comes to getting ahead today, your talent and experience matter. The problem is, someone else going for the promotion or business opportunity has a résumé that’s as good as, if not better than, yours.
If you want to get ahead, you have to be different. You have to stand out from the crowd. You have to get decision makers to talk about you.
No one understands what it takes to succeed in today’s business landscape better than D. A. (Debra) Benton. A globally recognized consultant, Benton has spent more than 20 years helping business professionals like you perform better and achieve more.
In The CEO Difference, Benton gives you the insight and tools to make subtle changes in your presentation, attitude, and leadership style that will dramatically increase your leadership effectiveness - and, consequently, help you enjoy work and life.
This book is definitely a must-read inculcating the following principles to bring out the best in whatever career and industry you are:
1. You always have to differentiate yourself to stay above the rest
2. How we respond to failure either defines or refines us.
3. Your attitude determines your altitude
This exactly what I need for myself and my team! I need help articulating how to take initiative and think like an owner and not just meet requirements. I'm a small business owner and I have trouble worrying about hurtful feelings yet not settling for average work and mindsets. Please know that you have made an impact in my life and business... I just listened today but I will take action to build the company and person I want to have and to be. I begin eliminating future regrets today. Thank you D.A. Benton and the team that made this audiobook a reality!
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I really enjoyed this book. Debra really helped me apply some simple techniques to my professional career that I feel has helped me become more confidant and respected. I will listen to this book periodically again for a refresher.
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Not a lot of content stretched over a whole book. The speaker did a good job though