Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) February 20, 2014
Each day we are faced with decisions both at home and at work that have a palpable impact on our future; even The New York Times recognizes the effect our decisions have on our daily lives (http://nyti.ms/MvGYzg). Improving the decision-making process should be a priority for all leaders, whether you run a company or are the captain of your household ship. Improving this leadership process is the goal of Steve McClatchys new bestselling book, Decide: Work Smarter, Reduce Your Stress and Lead by Example.
Decide is a message of leadership that everyone can relate to in their own way, because everyone has the opportunity to be a leader whether its for a team of professionals or in their own lives, says Steve McClatchy, celebrated time-management expert. After hearing people around the world tell stories about their leadership experiences, I can tell you that leaders really do make a difference. If, after reading this book, you decide to commit to making improvements in your life, leading toward a more passionate, engaged future, then Decide has accomplished its purpose.
In Steves book, currently #2 on The New York Times Bestseller List in the Advice, How-To and Miscellaneous category, readers will learn how to assign values to certain choices to more aptly make decisions and alleviate the stress that accompanies the fight to achieve balance. He also explores the concepts of:
Decision management versus time management
Dealing with interruptions effectively
Setting and achieving goals
Steve McClatchy is an international consultant, author and entrepreneur who founded Alleer Training and Consulting out of his passion for the field of training and development. His client list includes Pfizer, Microsoft, Disney, HP, Wells Fargo, Nissan, the San Francisco 49ers, Minnesota Twins, Washington Capitals, Hilton Hotels, and Discover.
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