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Part 1: Close Up Radio Spotlights Author Darrin S. McCall

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Brookfield, WI - In this complex and ever-changing world, good leadership creates a brighter and better future for all of us. The best leaders bring new thinking, fresh perspectives, and contribute to a more inclusive world. Studies show time and time again that when leaders adopt a cognitive leadership style, it is a key component for a more productive and profitable workplace that accelerates growth, innovation, and performance. But how can we exactly identify what the qualities of a good leader are? Based on his own experience and an inquisitive perspective, Darrin S. McCall, author of the newly released book, The Recipe to Seasoned Leadership – Basic Ingredients to Transform Your Work Presence, lays out the methodology to change your leadership approach and create a more inclusive culture.

Written in an upbeat conversational tone with helpful advice and personal anecdotes for reference and explanation, Darrin’s book provides practical tips and questions for deep reflection and theorizing from a practical viewpoint. Darrin delves deep into core attributes that are the paramount qualities of leadership.

These attributes are the foundation and components consistently found in “seasoned leaders” within an organization. They are often carried outside the workplace and play an important role in our communities as well, as you will find out in the book.

His book contains exercises, and the readers are encouraged to score themselves at the end of each chapter. Once we discover the real meaning of those attributes it shifts how leaders deliver leadership to their teams, so it is absolutely life changing.

“We haven’t solved our world’s most pressing problems,” Darrin says.