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Be a Triple Threat Manager
Biografía del autor
Edward Haskin is an executive leader with extensive expertise and experience in risk management and compliance, and the unique ability to forge innovative approaches to meet the needs of today’s rapidly changing business environment. In this book he describes what he’s learned along the way, and shares wisdom and advice on becoming a triple threat manager - a maverick leader who can nimbly navigate changes and new directions to create a path forward. Using examples from his career and personal life, Edward describes his approach of tailoring strategies to fit projects and guiding teams to success. He describes the tools he relies on, including a strong working knowledge of Lean Six Sigma, knowing how to do a good “ear hustle”, reinventing the audit experience, and even what he learned planning his own wedding.
Edward’s strategies will be inspirational to those who want to create a business that can adapt and progress forward.
Descripción del libro
Today’s dynamic business environment demands that managers do more with less. Edward Haskin, an executive leader with extensive experience in risk management, mortgage banking, and compliance, explains why it’s important for leaders to cultivate new skills and strategies to remain nimble and meet new challenges. In this book he shares his perspective, advice, and suggestions on how to be a triple threat manager - a leader who is innovative in their approach, and able to draw from a variety of disciplines and strategies to successfully direct projects and guide their teams to success.
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