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Publisher Description

What do you do when you feel lost as a leader?

Always Growing tackles a common leadership challenge: How to successfully motivate, develop, and empower a diverse group of people to work together and achieve remarkable results.David has risked so much. Accepting his first leadership role at Trendex has meant uprooting his family and leaving behind a comfortable and secure position. The only upside may be that he is moving back to the place he called home as a boy - a place where his sister, Kelly, still resides and operates a thriving garden center. David quickly realizes that he is in trouble. He has taken responsibility for a division that is destined for the chopping block if he doesn't soon figure out how to motivate his employees, prioritize their work, and unify them as a team. Sharing his concerns with Kelly leads to a very interesting revelation...

Can Kelly's proven method for growing plants show him the way to grow his team? Always Growing is a warm and witty guide to becoming a stronger leader, whether you have been leading for two days or two decades. This clever gardening analogy will lead you and your team to a bountiful harvest.

Business & Personal Finance
January 20
Jones Loflin
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Kudikuh ,

Refreshing read that is applicable to a variety of team environments!

What a refreshing read! So many leadership books are dry and use banal concepts making the reader plod through to finally reach the end. But not this book!
Using an analogy that we can all relate to, Jones paint's an intelligible gardening picture and applies it to cultivating both a healthy team and a healthy working environment.
Always Growing provides easy-to-grasp ideas and suggestions to help both new AND established leaders improve their team dynamics which, in turn, improves the overall results of the team’s efforts.
Always Growing shows us how to lead our team in working together toward a higher standard - whether it be our work team, our volunteer team, or even our very own family.

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