Leaders Open Doors by Bill Treasurer
A Radically Simple Leadership Approach to Lift People, Profits, and Performance

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...serving authentically is about focusing on what you can contribute to the longer-term prosperity of many versus what you can gain in the short-term for yourself.
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Leadership is the most overanalyzed, thoroughly dissected, and utterly confused topic in business. In Leaders Open Doors, author Bill Treasurer helps lighten the leadership load by distilling that leaders are simply creators of opportunity for others. Using personal stories and anecdotes, Treasurer presents the idea of open-door leadership–that is, the responsibility that leaders have for noticing, identifying, and creating opportunities for the benefit of people, organizations, and society. Each chapter includes useful and specific tips that can immediately be put into practice.
Drawing on two decades of consulting experience, Treasurer introduces six unique opportunity doors:
the proving-ground door
the thought-shifting door
the door to a second chance
the doors you open for others
the door to personal transformation
the door to your open heart
Treasurer shows that leadership isn’t a complex and abstract concept. It’s a set of practices and ideals passed from one person to another, across organizations and generations. It is a tradition that makes people’s lives better by opening doors of opportunities for them to thrive, achieve, and lead.

 

About Bill Treasurer

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BILL TREASURER is the chief encouragement officer at Giant Leap Consulting and the author of Courage Goes to Work, an internationally bestselling book on courage-building. He is the creator of Courageous Leadership, a do-it-yourself workforce training program, and has worked with thousands of executives throughout the world. His clients include Accenture, Saks Fifth Avenue, SPANX, UBS Bank, Monster.com, CNN, and the US Department of Veterans Affairs. Treasurer is also a former member of the US High Diving Team, a cancer survivor, and a champion for the rights of people with disabilities. One hundred percent of the royalties from the sales of this book are being donated to organizations that open doors for people with special needs.
 
Published March 7, 2013 by iUniverse. 114 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Margie Warrell on May 20 2013

...serving authentically is about focusing on what you can contribute to the longer-term prosperity of many versus what you can gain in the short-term for yourself.

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