Take the Lead by Natalie Nielsen

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Take the Lead is a leadership handbook for women of all ages. It is the result of the author’s many years of experience, study and personal insight in the search for some simple self-help tools that can be used each day to approach and manage life’s challenges. The book’s core message – the importance of self-leadership when tackling challenges – is presented through a user-friendly A-Z guide that can be picked up whenever readers need extra inspiration in their day-to-day lives, whether at work or at home. The handbook inspires readers to “lead themselves” to manage tasks at home and at work more successfully and efficiently, while at the same time providing themselves with more energy, self-confidence and satisfaction.
 

About Natalie Nielsen

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About the Author: Natalie Nielsen, MA, MSc Natalie Nielsen is passionate about self-development and leadership. Having grown up on two continents and traveled extensively, studied leadership, managed a business, headed an office and run a household, she has had no shortage of opportunities to develop and utilize leadership skills. Throughout her life, she has been drawn to personal development and leadership as a subject and has immersed herself in books on the topic since young adulthood. When she became a parent, she learned more about herself and her boundaries, serving as a leader for herself when taking on all the new tasks that come with parenthood - where there are no position descriptions, organizational charts and strategic development plans, guides or tools available to help organize and lead a family. Now the Director of International Affairs at a university business school, Nielsen uses her passion for leadership on a daily basis to maintain international partnerships and has seen first-hand the results of leading oneself in order to lead others. Nielsen also mentors several younger colleagues in leadership and believes her true calling lies in inspiring others, young women in particular, to take the lead. Nielsen holds an MA in International Relations from Uppsala University and an MSc in Education Management and Leadership from Stockholm University and is passionate about bridging the gap between research and real-life experience – ”learning the hard way” – to make leadership skills available to everyone.
 
Published November 27, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 35 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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