Leadership is all about leading people. if you can’t effectively lead people, you can’t be considered an effective leader. The Force Multiplier is the leadership book for everyone who wants to maximize their ability to lead people.
From the opening chapter, Tony Chatman provides a fresh approach to the familiar, real world problems facing leaders. This book provides a practical roadmap to prepare you for the diverse challenges of leading people.
Tony Chatman helps people perform at their best. As a recognized thought leader in the area of human relationships, he instills people with an understanding of the fundamental differences in how people think and act, enabling them to make a real connection with others – whether at work or at home. This understanding leads people to achieve goals productively, through listening and leadership.
Since 2003, Tony has worked with hundreds of corporations and government agencies to help people reach new heights of effectiveness by understanding themselves and others better.
As a keynote speaker, Tony’s passion is contagious. His speeches provide practical, usable knowledge that people use immediately for business and personal success. Recognized as a “tremendous speaker and presenter” with “phenomenal stage presence and intensity,” Tony delivers learning events that consistently garner enthusiastic reviews. Whether small or large groups up to 6,000, audience members feel that he is speaking directly to them because of his ability to connect with everyone, no matter their background.
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