Some might say it’s a publisher’s dream. Others might suggest it’s a technique that is overused. When it comes to an author’s use of acronyms to help illustrate their methods, I am an absolute fan.

In the book featured on the podcast today, there are no fewer than four (maybe even five) acronyms used to describe the author’s ideas. And in my view, every single one is a winner.

Why? Because they help make the concepts stick. And if they stick, then it means we’re much more likely to put them into practice.

And isn’t that the point of reading a book in the first place?

My guest today is Patrick Veroneau, and he’s written a book called The Leadership Bridge: How to Engage Your Employees and Drive Organizational Excellence.

Patrick believes that leaders who align their leadership behaviors to satisfy the needs of their employees will build cultures that are both engaging and profitable.

I hope you’ll click the play button below to learn more about Patrick and his work. For a summary, just keep scrolling.

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In today’s episode, I ask Patrick to share:

* The importance of cultivating well-being and happiness as a leader* The six leadership behaviors necessary to achieve success as a leader* Some of the more common reasons as to why you may not have many followers* And lots more!

Patrick’s Book

Order your copy of The Leadership Bridge: How to Engage Your Employees and Drive Organizational Excellence right now!

Consider Ordering My Book!

Purchase a copy of my new book (written with Jesse Wisnewski) Read to Lead: The Simple Habit That Expands Your Influence and Boosts Your Career. There, you can also download the introduction and first chapter for free!

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Patrick in Action

Books Patrick Recommends

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

See You at the Top by Zig ...

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