- Nick D. Anderson
Middle Management in corporate America is a uniquely challenging paradigm. Middle Managers are responsible for the work of others, responsible to executive managers and responsible to peer colleagues--often at the same time.
This requires a special blend of bold authority, vision, persuasion, patience, negotiation and a whole lot more! Middle managers will find quick insight and wisdom in these 100 short lessons which can be applied in real time.
Nick Anderson's corporate career spans 25 years and covers a lot of ground. LinkedIn can show you those details.
What LinkedIn won’t reveal are the years invested in personal growth as a leader and the concurrent years he invested into growing others.
Nick has led teams and leaders of teams. Some of these teams have been in shared office space while others have been remote, several across state lines.
What it takes to be successful in corporate America is not what many are told to believe. Leadership is a choice - and not the choice of the leader, but rather the choice of another person to follow (you) the leader.
The work starts within.
Are you ready for the next step?
Mid-level corporate leaders often don’t have resources and support within the companies they are working to build the non-technical (leadership) skills needed to advance their career.
Think of it this way . . . every elite athlete in the world has a coach. Some have many. And most of these athletes play for teams with managers and executives. Corporate leaders aren’t surrounded by the same depth of coaching support but are asked to perform at elite levels.
Nick has advised, mentored and coached many professionals along their career journey - helping people get promoted and make more money - all while prioritizing family, health and integrity.
Have you been promoted recently based on your individual performance but don't have leadership experience? Are you preparing for a leadership role?
Do you want to improve your skills as a leader?