BOOKS

Erika Andersen founding partner of Proteus, keynote speaker, business thinker and author of Growing Great Employees, Being Strategic, Leading So People Will Follow and Be Bad First.

She is insatiably curious and loves figuring out how people, situations and objects work, and how they could work better: faster, smarter, deeper, with quality results, greater satisfaction, more affection, and a higher fun quotient.

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Be Bad First

Be Bad First

In Be Bad First, Erika Andersen proposes that success today depends on our ability to acquire new skills and knowledge quickly and continuously – and she offers a practical approach for becoming that kind of high-payoff learner.

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Leading So People Will Follow

In this much-anticipated book, respected leadership coach and popular Forbes blogger Erika Andersen explores the six leadership characteristics that inspire followers to fully support their leaders. Using Andersen’s proven approach, new leaders and veterans alike have increased their capacity for leading in a way that creates loyalty, commitment, and results.

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Leading So People Will Follow
Being Strategic

Being Strategic

Most of us have a basic sense of the difference between strategy and tactics–the big picture versus the details. But when it comes time to actually put it into practice, we’re not sure how to do it in a way that works. In Being Strategic, noted consultant Erika Andersen helps the reader approach business–and life–strategically, explaining why it’s important, what’s involved in doing it, and how to do it.

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Growing Great Employees

Erika Andersen has written the first truly accessible and comprehensive guide to the art and practice of employee development.

Growing Great Employees will help you understand why becoming a skilled people manager is worth the time and effort required, what is involved in becoming that kind of manager, and especially how to do it.

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Growing Great Employees