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Building Personal Leadership: Inspirational Tools & Techniques for Work and Life

Building Personal Leadership: Inspirational Tools & Techniques for Work and Life

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Listen to this free interview with Joe Farcht, author of the book Building Personal Leadership: Inspirational Tools & Techniques for Work and Life. This free title was published through our TeachOutLoud service and is presented by Inside Scoop Live. In this interview author Joe Farcht discusses his book on ways that managers and leaders can most effectively motivate the people they manage. He provides many useful tips that he has applied in his own life and that have worked with managers he has coached. This half-hour interview is available on MP3 download through LearnOutLoud.com.

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Definitely Inspirational for All Levels of the Business Hierarchy
Reviewer Zeroed
 April 04, 2011
Joe Farcht is one of the heavy weights with regard to true business leadership.

He's no idealist or some intellectual without any practical experience. Joe, even as the Founder and President of Leadership Advantage, Inc [based in Phoenix, Arizona], is daily in the trenches, demonstrating what it takes to me a true leader.

In addition, Mr. Farcht doesn't only demonstrate leadership skills, but, he imparts them. He provides the nourishment simultaneous providing managerial skills people need to successfully pursue and develop their own means of nourishment in business.

Jesus not only fed the multitudes, He demonstrated how we could inevitably learn to feed ourselves.....to be fishers of men and of women, simultaneously ministering to their needs and training them to be likewise.

Joe, is very humble, acknowledging His stewardship, and doing more of what our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ would have us to.

Joe, also made a very good point about "attitude." If your attitude is wrong, then your life's all wrong, since you can't possibly be doing anything right.

But then, when your attitude is right, then your life's all right, since, although some things go wrong, it all turns out right.

This man is a great example of leadership, and he's more than blessed in what he does in terms of leadership training!

Five stars aren't enough since they just keep popping up! Oh yeah!

Building Personal Leadership: Inspirational Tools & Techniques for Work and Life
Reviewer ruan jonathan
 October 13, 2010
Building Personal Leadership is a positive uplifting business competency building resource and self-development book. It contains a treasury of tools and techniques to help people in business management and interested individuals to rapidly develop exceptional personal leadership skills in their work and life. All work skills become dulled with use and the constant demand of achieving business results. Reading one chapter a week and applying insights to how you work, live, and lead will rapidly improve your effectiveness, productivity, and personal leadership.

If you supervise people, lead a book study to help your team become more effective and productive. Sharpening the saw will help you work smarter not harder. With sharpened personal leadership skills you will be able to accelerate the realization of your wants and dreams. The wisdom contained in this book will revolutionize your life if you are willing to absorb and apply its lessons.

Very shallow interview and book
Reviewer Agent9
 August 10, 2009
It was very difficult to sit through the entire interview. The interviewer is quite annoying and exaggerates every response with sayings like "Oh. That's so interesting."

The book also sounds quite shallow and full of cliches. At one point the author states: "and the last one is Love. The universe is made of Love and to be a great supervisor you need to love the people that you supervise."

The interviewer responds: "Oh gosh. That's quite a concept for people to grasp, I'm sure."

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  • Published: July 2007
  • LearnOutLoud.com Product ID: B024052
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