Bi-ble, n. A book held to be authoritative in its field.
Lead, v. To direct the performance or activity of; to be ahead or at the head of.
Man-age, v. i. To direct or carry on business affairs; to achieve one’s purpose; to exercise executive, administrative, and supervisory direction of a business.
A company’s ability to gain a marketable and manageable advantage in today’s business environment is critical to both its survival and its growth. This book, The Managerial Leadership Bible, focuses on how individuals within organizations manage resources and develop leadership skills to lead people on their teams and within their spheres of influence.
It is about three forces that can be understood and leveraged for constructive gains, and ...