October 12, 2009


This humorous story illustrates how one seagull manager learned to effectively take care of his flock. With the help of some new friends from around the animal park, Charlie the seagull learns three virtues of great leadership. First, have full-fledged expectations of your employees, making sure that their efforts are spent doing the right things the right way. Second, make sure your communication clicks and that everyone has the same understanding at the end of a conversation. Third, paws on performance, praising successes while steering employees toward success with constructive feedback. This clever book will have you asking yourself about what seagull management tendencies you have.

This book can be found in HECSA Library:

Squawk! How to Stop Making Noise and Start Getting Results: A Little Fable About How One Seagull Manager Learned Three Virtues of Great Leadership
Travis Bradberry
HD 30.3 .B686 2008