Today’s workforce is multicultural, multi-generational, and wants their work to be more meaningful than just a paycheck. To make this vision a reality, it’s critical that leaders understand their teams’ motivations and perspectives, and adapt their leadership style to cultivate a culture of high performance and collaboration. Mollor asserts that to navigate change and achieve success, whether at work, at home, or in your community, you need to become an Agile Leader. In the book, author Chuck Mollor, a former CEO, shares his story of self-awareness, self-acceptance, and self-development, while demonstrating a new leadership paradigm, a roadmap of what makes a great leader, and what organizations must do to develop great leaders.
Readers will discover a new approach to becoming a successful, trusted, and effective leader in today’s environment. They will learn the key traits of great leaders and how to inspire their teams to break through, achieve, and build high performing teams and organizations. Further, readers will gain the self-awareness, knowledge, skills, and behaviors to realize what is holding them back and how to manage their own triggers so they can reach the next level.
“The Rise of the Agile Leader” is available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1988925592
What readers are saying about “The Rise of the Agile Leader:”
“The Rise of the Agile Leader is a practical handbook to help you improve your leadership skills and effectiveness. Our goal as leaders must be to drive employee engagement and alignment with the strategy, and Chuck Mollor gives us a roadmap to true talent optimization.”
Kirk Arnold, Executive in Residence, General Catalyst Senior Lecturer, MIT Sloan School of Management
“As an HR, Culture, and Leadership Development professional, I’ve found few resources as elaborate as The Rise of the Agile Leader that adequately expresses the impact of leadership adaptability and a culture first mindset. Chuck’s methodologies can be quickly adopted by leaders in every industry to see immediate positive change throughout their organizations, and to ensure they maintain a strong, healthy culture that motivates their people every day.”
Marianne Scaffidi, Chief People and Culture Officer at BBX Sweet Holdings
“The Rise of the Agile Leader is the blueprint for leaders during this immense changing landscape for organizations and more importantly, leaders transforming their leadership abilities overnight. The book takes you through a personal assessment that clearly assists you in elevating your approach to your teams and the changes they are experiencing. A successful leader will find pearls of wisdom along with tactical methodologies to assess the changes we are experiencing globally with remote working, jeopardized personal safety, and organizational changes coming faster than we can manage. Leaders will not get enough of this self-reflective read.”
Sandra Sims-Williams, SVP, Diversity & Inclusion, Nielson
About the Author
Chuck Mollor is the founder, CEO, and executive coach at MCG Partners.
MCG Partners specializes in leadership and talent optimization, aligning business and people strategy for maximum results – www.mcgpartners.com
For over 30 years, Mollor has advised, coached, and consulted executives and organizations across industries, from startups to Fortune 500 and not-for-profit organizations. As an executive coach and strategic advisor, Mollor determines if an organization’s leadership and culture are aligned to its business strategy, then develops and implements solutions to drive and attain results.
Mollor develops current and potential leaders and C-level executives, aligns, and optimizes leadership teams, and helps create a leadership culture reflective of the organization’s purpose and vision. As a former Harvard Business School executive coach, Mollor provided, and continues to provide, coaching and advisory services to global executives. He is also a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, an invitation-only council for leading executive coaches.
In his former roles as a global CEO and member of several executive teams, Mollor has a breadth of experience with general management and P&L responsibilities, and ran, built, started, and restructured several businesses. Mollor has led strategy, sales, marketing, product development, operations, HR, and a global partnership of more than 100 consulting firms.
Mollor is a graduate of executive programs at The Harvard Business School, MIT Sloan School of Management, and The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He has a BA in political science and a minor in business administration from Merrimack College and is a PI certified Talent Optimization Consultant and in The Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment.
Mollor serves on several boards of directors, is a Cranberry Grower-Owner of Ocean Spray, and a fundraiser and rider for the Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC), a 192-mile bike ride for the fight against cancer. Mollor lives near Boston, Massachusetts with his wife, four children, and two dogs.