Lead Yourself Today

by John E. Markley



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/22/2014

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 182
ISBN : 9781490821542
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 182
ISBN : 9781490821535
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 182
ISBN : 9781490821528

About the Book


When you make a conscious decision to Lead Yourself Today, the people around you will make a conscious decision to follow you.

When you make a conscious decision to inspire and motivate yourself, then the people around you will make a conscious decision to be inspired by you.

Lead Yourself Today was written especially for you, to read and transform your leadership faith daily. You are the only one living your life and know the desire and faith that is inside of you to achieve something great in your and other people’s lives beginning today.

Your faith has brought you forward to this point, to discover your greatest leadership vision. Reading and unlocking the keys that transform you into a Leader of Significance will keep you inspired to maintain your vision and enthusiasm for yourself and the people around you.

Your leadership faith and vision remain the highest expression of personal achievement. Your leadership presence acts as a spark and momentum for you and the people around you to achieve great things.

About the Author

John E. Markley is recognized for his work in program and leadership development. He has developed curricula, written books and materials, and provided training programs for local, county, state, and federal government employees and leaders. He has developed training programs, written curricula, and provided training programs for private-sector employees and leaders.

He developed a pilot-training program for the US Department of Labor: OSHA Consultation Program, in conjunction with the Small Business Development Centers and the university system. He was appointed by the US Department of Justice National Institute of Corrections Academy Division to serve a four-year term as a Northeast Regional Field Coordinator. In this capacity, he developed curriculum, served as alumnus to assist in training newly appointed field coordinators, and provided training programs to employees and leaders on a national level. He has worked as an adjunct university professor, teaching criminal justice theory and practice.