Leadership Building Blocks: An Insider’s Guide to Success
by Dawn McCoy
Want to be an extraordinary leader? Lead with courage and integrity – and make it work for you!
A former elected official and community leader offers timeless Leadership Building Blocks as strategies essential for today’s leaders. This book will challenge and inspire you to be bold, dynamic, and resilient and shows you how to leave a remarkable legacy in any leadership role.
You will follow the author’s experience and discover how to:
Get an insider perspective and condense your leadership learning curve
Honor your intuition and make better decisions
Achieve results with leadership short-cuts without compromising quality
Lead courageously in the face of adversity
Connect with people and secure buy-in from solid relationships
Are you new to a leadership role? Leadership Building Blocks provides you a step-by-step guide in your leadership journey. No longer wet behind the ears? You’ll gain helpful resources and greater insight.
Unlike other leadership books, Leadership Building Blocks offers you a systemic approach that keeps you on the right track. The result: reduce your learning curve, have more fun, and leverage your experiences.
About the Author
Dawn McCoy is author of Leadership Building Blocks: An Insider’s Guide to Success. As one of the youngest elected African-American elected to the Sacramento City Unified School Board, McCoy shares seven leadership fundamentals in her book. Inspiring readers to be top in their field, Dawn shares her insights based upon twenty years serving as a nonprofit and government executive.
A motivational speaker, coach, and founder of Flourish Leadership Group, a leadership development and communications firm, Dawn is dedicated to transforming ordinary people into extraordinary leaders. In recent years, she has worked with organizations to develop their vision and create phenomenal results. Dawn has worked with hundreds of individuals to help them capture their spirit of leadership and truly become the effective leaders they were meant to be.