The Motivating Team Leader

By Lewis E. Losoncy; Dr Lewis E. Losoncy
(DC Press, Paperback, 9781932021059, 270pp.)

Publication Date: January 2010

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Description
When your success depends upon the performance of others, THIS IS THE BOOK FOR YOU As Jack Canfield, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul says, There is no success more rewarding than that generated by highly motivated individuals who come together as a team. Lew Losoncy delivers a blueprint for success that evry company or organization--large or small--can make their own. If you are highly motivated yourself but find that your success in life--at work--wherever-- depends upon the motivation of other people, Dr. Lew has the straight forward formula you need to implement. Here are practical approaches that can motive people immediately--even if you are extremely busy. One of the key elements to successful motivation is positive encouragement--as opposed to the standard pushing done by most managers. If you would like to go beyond stimulating others through the standard fiancial motivators, this book has the answers you need. Take the lead in motivating others from the man who has motivated hundreds of thousands of people toward success.



About the Author
Known to his many followers as "The Doctor of Encouragement," Lew Losoncy is the resident psychologist for the L'Oreal corporation and the author of 17 books on motivation, teamwork, encouragement, and attitude. Seen on CNN and CBS This Morning, and read in The Wall Street Journal and Psychology Today, he offers wonderfully understandable and practical solutions to everyday problems.

Known as The Doctor of Encouragement, Lew Losoncy is known nationally and internationally for his unique slant on psychology through encouragement and motivation. He is the corporate psychologist for Matrix Essentials, a division of L'Oreal. The author of 17 books, he has appeared on CNN and CBS This Morning and in Psychology Today and The Wall Street Journal.
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