# Highly Recommended《New Book + Hardcover Collection Edition + Effective and Practical Leadership & Hiring Strategies and Skills》Mac Anderson- You Can't Send a Duck to Eagle School : And Other Simple Truths of Leadership
This New York Times and International bestseller in hardcover edition is a bran-new book and still wrapped with New-book plastic wrapper. The original new book is sold at usual price RM75.29. Now here Only at RM22. If you're going to climb a tree would you rather hire a squirrel or train a horse? In You Can't Send a Duck to Eagle School, Mac Anderson shares his 30 plus years of leadership experience in a fresh and engaging manner. teaches you how to hire great people, change the way you think and learn to communicate with your team. An essential part of being a successful leader is hiring and utilizing the right people who truly represent your company's values. And whatever skills you need can be taught and honed into expertise. But no matter how great a manager you are, there are some things you cannot teach: desire, personality and drive. In You Can't Send a Duck to Eagle School, Mac Anderson shares his 30 plus years of experience to enable managers to recognize small and simple truths of staying resourceful and accessible in a leadership role. His engaging advice will help you to hire great people, change the way you think and learn to communicate with your team. You Can’t Send a Duck to Eagle School is a must-have guide for every leader! This book will help you hire better people, become a better leader, get more done is less time, and ignite your team to perform to their highest potential. Mac Anderson’s storytelling writing style will teach you essential leadership skills in a memorable and entertaining format. You Can’t Send a Duck to Eagle School has twenty-nine chapters, and this is just a sampling: ● Change Is Good…You Go First ● Burn Brightly without Burning Out ● The Road to Success Is Not Always a Road ● Attitude Isn’t Everything, but It’s Pretty Darn Close ● You Only Get One Chance to Make a Good First Impression ● If You Chase Two Rabbits, Both Will Escape ● Leadership Would Be Easy If It Wasn’t for People ● Forget Real Good…Remember Feel Good “My goal with this little book is to share some of my ‘lessons learned’ in a brief but engaging way. Because so many times, it’s not what is said but how it is said that turns the switch from off to on.” ~ Mac Anderson, founder of Simple Truths You Can't Send A Duck to Eagle School was an interesting read for anyone trying to hire people for their company due to its simplistic but meaningful way of phrasing thoughts and its engaging examples. It also sets a baseline for what a good leader looks like without overwhelming the reader. Right off the bat the author, Mac, talks about being an attentive leader- asking what the leader could do to help the followers. It's basically stating one should have an open policy toward employees and to listen to others around you. This goes into his next point that, as a leader, being susceptible to change is a good thing. Change brings about growth but you must have clear goals and know yourself. He then talks about marketing, understanding that customers are going to go with their gut in purchases since there's so much information overload now on the internet. That leads to knowing what you want to do, having faith in yourself and your product and again having a vision and putting your all to the manner. In summary, its about having enough passion to go for what you want no matter the obstacle with an attitude of stubborn belief in yourself and the people and things that matter to you. However, where Questions of Character has examples through stories that have trial and error type situations, You Can't Send a Duck to Eagle School uses thought provoking quotes and his own examples from personal experience as well as others. There were many times while reading that many readers were struck with the points he made like for, example when he used the quote "In the end, it is important to remember that we cannot become what we need to be by remaining who we are." -Max De Pree. He used this quote while making the point that change is good and I had some revelations while reading it about myself. Many have no criticisms about the book. It was short and sweet and followed its own advice by keeping it simple. It's unique in that front since so often I have come across leadership books that are long and sometimes to boring to get through. This book is fun to read since it has so many relatable examples about people we know like Disney or for sports fans, some coaches and so on and so forth. I would most definitely recommend the book to others. In fact, if you haven't read it then you need to stop reading this now and go read that instead! Very insightful and inspirational read. You won't regret it. About the Author MAC ANDERSON is the founder of Simple Truths and Successories, Inc., the leader in designing and marketing products for motivation and recognition. These companies, however, are not the first success stories for Mac. He was also the founder and CEO of McCord Travel, the largest travel company in the Midwest, and part owner/VP of sales and marketing for Orval Kent Food Company, the country's largest manufacturer of prepared salads. His accomplishments in these unrelated industries provide some insight into his passion and leadership skills. He also brings the same passion to his speaking where he speaks to many corporate audiences on a variety of topics, including leadership, motivation, and team building. Mac has authored or co-authored twenty-two books that have sold over three million copies. His titles include: Change is Good ... You Go First, Charging the Human Battery, Customer Love, Finding Joy, Habits Die Hard, Leadership Quotes, Learning to Dance in the Rain, 212°: The Extra Degree, 212° Service, 212° Leadership, Motivational Quotes, One Choice, The Best of Success, The Nature of Success, The Power of Attitude, The Power of Kindness, The Essence of Leadership, The Road to Happiness, The Dash, To a Child, Love is Spelled T-I-M-E, You Can't Send a Duck to Eagle School, What's the Big Idea?
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