Sunday, March 29, 2020

A Quick Cure to Successful Leadership: 7 Qualities Used to Become an Effective Leader

Today I am going to talk to you about something a little more serious -- leadership. With everything happening across the globe, it is time for each of us to step and commit to doing the right thing. For the most part, we are all transitioning into leaders. With everyone, who can, work from home, we are. That includes me and my employees at Absolute Author Publishing House. We are using Zoom more and more to teleconference as is much of the world. Here is my point. You may be working from home, but that doesn't mean you can't be a leader. Today's book by Sylvester Jenkins III, "Quick Cure to Successful Leadership: 7 Qualities Used to Become an Effective Leader" is perfect.



A Quick Cure to Successful Leadership: 7 Qualities Used to Become an Effective Leader Paperback – January 8, 2020

Becoming a great leader is not something that everyone possesses, but many have the skills they need lying dormant and all it takes is a book like this to realize that potential and gather the success that is waiting for you.
This book offers the insights and in-depth ideas that are crucial to make your plans of becoming a great leader really work.
Get a copy and become the leader you always knew you could be!


A Quick Cure to Successful Leadership: 7 Qualities Used to Become an Effective Leader

Tell your readers a little about yourself, where you grew up, where you live now, where you went to school etc. Let them get to know the personal you.

Sylvester is a native of Columbus, Ga. A combat veteran and author with four tours in Iraq and one tour in Afghanistan. He is a retired First Sergeant with twenty-one years of military service in the US Army. He has accomplished measurable results under extreme pressure while leading teams of multiple personnel in dynamic, fast-paced, and hostile environments. Sylvester possesses a comprehensive background in Training & Development and Policy Implementation, derived from conducting domestic and global operations. He managed risk upon multiple lines to protect assets, property, and equipment while meeting the expectations of senior leadership. Sylvester possesses extensive knowledge in Strategic Planning, Data Analysis, and Program Management. He is a recipient of multiple awards for outstanding performance and professionalism. In 2012, he completed the Master Resilience Training Course from the Leader Development Division and The University of Pennsylvania. Sylvester is a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success. He graduated from Columbia Southern University, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership in 2016. Sylvester is currently working on completion of his certification in Advance & Executive Leadership. He is an experienced leader who has empowered 100’s of people by helping them reach their goals, both personally and professionally. He is married and has four kids.

What inspired you to author this book?

I believe everything rises and falls on leadership. I noticed some shortcomings in leadership traits for my junior leaders and dealing with the Uptempo of our organization. I could not always catch all of them for Training. So like the saying goes, “If you got a problem, you better have a solution.” So in Liu of me retiring wanted to give my two-cents on building the legacy of leaders, I wanted to give hope to the hopeless. Inspire and empower others to seek their purpose.

Where did you get the inspiration for your book’s cover?

The book is about seven qualities, so it shows seven people on the front cover representing each one. The red one describes you as the “leader,” which is also the first chapter of the book.

Who has been the most significant influence on you personally and as a writer?

My wife and kids have been the most significant, personally. I wanted to show my kids you can achieve anything you put your mind to. My wife has always supported me behind anything I’ve strived to do.

What were your struggles or obstacles you had to overcome to get this book written?

Struggles or Obstacles I had to overcome when writing this book was selecting key topics and grammar. Choosing a title was difficult. I think I got ahead of myself at one point. It was all self-published, so those were about the only thing outside of trying to find the best person to go with to sell the book.

Tell your readers about your book.

It’s exactly what it’s titled, its direct, transparent, a quick and easy read. A quick go-to reference, very relatable while using a spiritual base foundation, which equals No Excuses why you or any of your students, employees, and soldiers take the time to read it.

Who is your target audience, and why?

My target audience is mainly any students, employees, managers, and soldiers between the ages of sixteen to forty-five. Those inspiring to become a leader or just need a little boost of motivation to get back on track. Multiple parents have told me it helps them to be a better mom or dad.

What do you consider your greatest success in life?

My greatest success in life WOW there are so many, but if I had to go with the one I would say God allowing me to be a father. I have four lives that are not going to learn by what I say but by what I will do. It is a huge obligation and blessing that I can never take for granted.

What one unique thing sets you apart from other writers in your genre?

The one unique thing that set me apart from other writers is that I have a lot of experience I am very passionate about leadership I truly feel it is my purpose to provide this support and information to everyone. I truly feel If you are a human being you are a leader, it’s all about just finding our purpose to fulfill it.

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