Many people believe leaders are the rare few at the upper echelons of a business or other enterprise.
In their new book, “Spark: How to Lead Yourself and Others to Greater Success,” authors and military veterans Angie Morgan, Courtney Lynch and Sean Lynch make the argument that anyone can become a leader, regardless of his or her place on the organizational chart, by following seven key behaviors.
When sparks are ignited, actions can shape the future and those people, or “sparks,” become the doers, thinkers, innovators and key influencers who are catalysts for personal and organizational change.
Sparks aren’t defined by their titles; they are defined by their actions, commitment and will, according to the book’s authors.
“Spark” provides readers with encouragement and motivation to become leaders while giving people a blueprint to follow to become a catalyst for change, including identifying and developing “sparks.”
“Spark” is available at www.800ceoread.com