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The Staver Leadership Audit

We all have blind spots.

Helping your people succeed is the calling of a leader. To do that, you need a solid leadership development plan in place. The first step? Take a good look at where you are starting from so you can get to where you want to go.

In just 10 questions, our Leadership Audit will:

  • Evaluate your overall leadership development process
  • Highlight where you’re winning–and where you’re not
  • Offer a step-by-step guide to making incremental improvements
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Staver OnDemand

The ultimate interactive, on-demand training platform designed to significantly improve your leadership performance, one video-based lesson at a time. The research-based, immediately applicable content is divided into three video-based modules and designed to transform your leadership and your organization. 

Harrison Assessment

To ensure you hire, develop, promote, and retain top talent efficiently and cost effectively, The Staver Group offers this cutting-edge assessment tools to help with:

  • Talent selection
  • Individual development
  • Team development
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Leadership Isn't for Cowards

Leadership Isn't for Cowards

We all want to lead well. Leadership Isn’t For Cowards offers straightforward, practical advice for leaders who want to live courageously, drive performance in the workplace and develop a positive company culture. Learn how to confront others, challenge them and inspire them to become the person they know they can be.

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Mike is straightforward and challenging. He wrote this book from the standpoint of the leader he challenges you to become. He does not apologize for asking you to look at yourself in the mirror and be honest about the reflection. Unlike other leadership books I've read that talk about strategy or conflict resolution, Mike talks directly to you and asks you if you can really handle the job.
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Mike Staver's book should be "table stakes" for any new manager or aspiring leader. His straightforward approach to leadership is authentic and transparent. He deals with the way the world is and not the way you want it to be. The messaging, guidance and examples can all be put into practice tomorrow. Read this book and then wish you could go back a year to deliver outcomes that will re-define you in business and your personal life.
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Great advice and stories based on real-life leadership examples. I found it particularly helpful during this uncertain time. This book is a great resource for leaders challenged to make decisions that will impact their teams and customers during the healthcare crisis.

Do You Know How to Shut Up?

As a leader, the best place to be is firmly outside your comfort zone. In Do You Know How to Shut Up?, Mike shares 52 unapologetically honest life lessons that will push you to look at your life and organization in revolutionary ways–and yes, make you a little uncomfortable. Turns out meaningful growth comes from trying new things and even setting goals that scare you.

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A fantastic resource to enrich your personal and professional life.... Mikes book contains practical suggestions to keep our personal & professional energies in perspective. The content is direct and to the point without 300 additional pages of fluff. This book is a fantastic reference guide to help maintain life in a positive momentum.
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This is one of the best "self-help" books I have ever read. Mike does a great job of getting right to the meat of the subject without all of the fluff I usually find in other self-help books… I consider the book almost a "daily devotional" for any one in leadership, business, government, education, or anyone who wants to better themselves. Beware however, Mike gets right to the core of the issue so only read the book if you truly want to improve yourself!
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As a friend of mine would say, this is a "quick and dirty" (in the most positive sense!!) instructional guide on how to handle all sorts of communication issues. I chose to purchase this book because it has the how-to's and succinct steps to handle the situation...not like some books that merely describe the issue without any action steps.

Mike Staver: Helping Leaders Perform Better

You can’t show up for others until you show up for yourself. 

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