Executive educator and business consultant Trish Tagle, has recently made a huge splash and earned the honor of becoming a #1 Amazon best-selling author in multiple business categories. Her guidebook for bosses and any type of upper management; ‘Everyone Knows You Suck.: Bad Boss Stories. A Succinct Guide’ is an Amazon bestseller in multiple categories.
Trish Tagle, is experienced in enhancing leaders in every aspect of their role giving them new opportunities for growth, and putting them on a path to unlock their potential. Her leadership guidebook is a collection of learnings that are aimed to assist leaders both experienced and inexperienced on how to avoid the pitfalls when leading a group or a team. With practice and by applying these tips you’ve read can help you avoid the negative chatter about your leadership.
Trish said. “I always felt that I needed to be a voice for those that didn’t have one in the workplace. I am glad that what I wrote resonated with so many.”
We’ve all seen managers flailing about not being able to understand what leadership means, let alone knowing how to act when in the leadership role; or seen people in those positions taking extreme liberties because they were allowed to do so by those who appointed them. Trish believes that leadership is a responsibility and that one must “live up to it.” You owe it to those around you to be the best you can be, good or bad they will often look to you for direction. Even bosses need some tips from time to time; maybe you recognize that you don’t have all the skills to be a leader and there is nothing wrong with that.
Trish said. “People have blind spots when it comes to how they are seen by others. With this book, I hope to enlighten managers and help them understand how to improve their leadership skills.”
When you search the topic of poor leadership and you’ll find numerous blogs, articles, and studies all citing how poor leadership has on a place of business. Things like high turnover and failed ventures, it is hard not correlate. This is where the tips and situational advice in “Everyone Knows You Suck” will come in handy.
Reaffirming how her position on the book, Trish Said “A title does not a leader make. I am hoping that with this book, managers see how the people they manage view them and help them make the adjustments they need.”
Alicia Williams-Dibrell is a Best Selling Author, host of Business Innovators Radio and contributor to Small Business Trendsetters and Business Innovators Magazine covering Influencers, Innovators and Trendsetters in Business, Health, Finance and Personal Development.