Folkman's HOW TO BE EXCEPTIONAL Joins Soundview Top 30 Best Business Books
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by BWW News Desk
Soundview has a pristine reputation for publishing the best executive book summaries since 1978. More than half a million subscribers gain the essential information from the best business books of the year from Soundview Executive Book Summaries.
"We are pleased to once again have this honor from Soundview," said Jack Zenger, co-author of How to Be Exceptional. "This book has struck a chord with readers everywhere because it has helped them understand that the next step to becoming a great leader is not just finding your strengths, but building upon them."
In conjunction with the award, authors Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman will be presenting a live webinar on Jan. 30th. In this Soundview webinar, How to Be Exceptional, the leadership gurus of Zenger Folkman will provide a fresh, innovative approach to leadership development. Participants will learn:
Soundview's editors stated: "Citing the kind of extensive research for which Zenger Folkman is famous, the authors prove that for every leadership competency developed, there are several significant related behaviors that enhance leadership effectiveness. In How to Be Exceptional, they offer a fresh new direction and concrete techniques for growing the full spectrum of your leadership strengths."
Don't miss this chance to learn from and question two global authorities in the field of leadership development! You can register for the upcoming webinar by clicking here.
How to Be Exceptional: Drive Leadership Success by Magnifying your Strengths, by Jack Zenger, Joseph Folkman, Robert H. Sherwin, Jr., and Barbara Steel, is available from Amazon and Barnes and Noble now.
- A free e-book based on How to Be Exceptional is available for download at http://zengerfolkman.force.com/ebook -
Zenger Folkman is the authority in strengths-based leadership development. Their award-winning programs employ research-based methods that improve organizations and turn good managers into extraordinary leaders.