Unlocking The Secret to Transformational Leadership

Leadership comes in many styles and from many playbooks. While there are methodologies to subscribe to, nobody can truly be a good leader until they have a chance to prove it. In fact, Doug Roberts, Founder, and CEO at SWPR Group, believes public leaders seem to be losing their confidence today, despite all the key hallmarks that make up quality backgrounds. He recently released a new book titled The Secret to Transformational Leadership, which looks at how to lead differently and find success.

Doug’s Thoughts:

“Why are even the most educated people starting to feel that their grip on what they truly know is becoming weaker than ever before? This is at the heart of complex leadership, and it’s something that as leaders in the public sphere, we are all facing every single day. I wrote this book to challenge that question. The secret to transformational leadership is an opportunity to explore how to lead differently in these different spaces and find success every step.”

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