Does your team lack cohesion? Do you often ask yourself if your employees are even taking you seriously?
Would you like to transform your “me” culture into a “we” culture?
In his new book, Leadership Lessons from a UPS Driver: Delivering a Culture of We, Not Me, former UPS International president and one-time driver, Ron Wallace, reveals how to establish quality employee engagement that builds strong, unified teams for lasting business success.
Wallace knows a thing or two about leadership and team building: during a career of nearly 40 years, he served as a UPS driver for six years and eventually became the president of UPS International, leading more than 60,000 employees and overseeing the operations of UPS in more than 200 countries. Drawing on decades of experience leading one of the most well-known and successful companies in the world, in his new book, Wallace shares essential tips for growing the best team of inspired employees to make any business thrive.
In the book, Wallace gives several tips on how leaders can build a “we not me culture” and deliver exceptional results. Read more on Huffingtonpost