The Leadership Killer: Reclaiming Humility in an Age of Arrogance

The Leadership Killer: Reclaiming Humility in an Age of Arrogance

The Leadership Killer: Reclaiming Humility in an Age of Arrogance

Official Release: October 2018
Co-authored by Bill Treasurer and Captain John Havlik, U.S. Navy SEAL (retired), The Leadership Killer aims to help leaders of all types answer a critical question: How will I use my leadership power? Too many leaders are increasingly abusing their power, in the process damaging themselves and the people they’re charged with leading. This is particularly true for men in leadership roles, as the #MeToo movement has brought to light the scale of long-standing male abuses of power that have been happening just below the surface.

A Leadership Kick In The Ass

A Leadership Kick In The Ass

There are two types of leaders, those who have been humbled, and those who are about to be. Sooner or later, every leader runs into a wall of incompetence, weakness, or hubris that Treasurer calls “the leadership kick in the ass.” Do you derail from being a leader or learn from scraping your knees? Treasurer finds that the most difficult problem leaders face is finding the right midpoint between overconfidence and indecisiveness or weakness. Just about all leaders land on the wrong side of this tough balance at some point – and that’s when they get their asses kicked.

A Leadership Kick In The Ass
Leaders Open Doors

Leaders Open Doors

Leaders Open Doors

“I got to open doors for people!” These seven simple words, spoken by author Bill Treasurer’s five-year-old son, cut straight to what matters most about leadership: true leaders open doors for people. Drawing on two decades of experience, in this new second edition, Bill Treasurer combines personal stories and anecdotes to illustrate how (and how not) to inspire people. He approaches these ideas with the belief that great leadership is not hierarchical; it is the people’s willingness to take initiative and reach their goals that is crucial to successful leadership.

Courageous Leadership Training Program

Courageous Leadership Training Program

The Courageous Leadership training program provides a step-by-step approach for using courage to improve performance and counteract the negative impacts of workplace fear. Whether you’re already leading an organization, or simply aspiring to have more leadership influence, the Courageous Leadership program will advance your goals, strengthen your leadership skills, and provide you with practical tips for inspiring more workplace courage.

Courageous Leadership Training Program
Courage Goes To Work

Courage Goes To Work

Courage Goes To Work

Courage Goes To Work by Bill Treasurer is for every manager who has ever struggled with how to encourage employees to develop and show more backbone. Courage Goes to Work helps managers address the problem of workers who are “comfeartable”. Comfeartable workers don’t exert themselves any more than they have to. This book proposes that a manager’s success, happiness and longevity depend on how he or she deals with comfeartable workers. The antidote to comfeartableness, as this book explains, is courage. This book will teach you how to inspire courage, creating a dynamic and forward-thinking work environment.

Right Risk

Right Risk

Right Risk is the first self-help book to focus solely on building personal courage. Published in four languages, Right Risk draws upon author Bill Treasurer’s experience as an organizational development professional and former daredevil athlete. During Bill’s 7 years as a traveling member of the U.S. High Diving Team, he performed over 1500 high dives from heights that scaled to over 100 feet – the equivalent of a 10-story building. Bill takes the lessons that he learned as a captain of the U.S. High Diving Team, and uses them to help readers face whatever high dives they may be facing.

Right Risk
Positively M.A.D

Positively M.A.D

Positively M.A.D

Giant Leap’s founder, Bill Treasurer, served as the chief editor and contributing author to this book which focuses on helping people make a positive difference in the organizations they serve. Co-written by 50 world-renowned organizational development experts, says that it’s okay to be angry at the way the world works today, but it is not okay to be a malcontent. Instead, people should use their anger as fuel to produce creative and satisfying solutions.