Gary Ryan’s latest book – “Disruption Leadership Matters: Lessons For Leaders From The Pandemic” – becomes an Amazon bestseller in several categories, including the science of business management

This book provides clear examples, from global organizations to small businesses, of how to lead during (and beyond) the pandemic in a way that treats organizational members like human beings.

Melbourne, Australia – February 4, 2022 – The Covid-19 pandemic has caused immeasurable disruption to businesses in all sectors everywhere. It takes a different kind of leadership to pull employees together into a productive team during these times. This is especially true because many companies employ a hybrid workforce of people who work from home and people who travel to the workplace.

Gary Ryan’s new book Disruption Leadership Matters documents how productivity increases when the workforce is treated not as ‘human resources’ but as ‘human beings’. The book provides clear leadership examples of how to lead in these trying times. Executives featured include Raymond O’Flaherty, CEO of Metro Trains Melbourne, Rob Clayton, Managing Director of Nutrien Ag Solutions Australia, Kristina Hermanson, Managing Director of FMC ANZ, Graeme Cowen, Creator of The Caring CEO Podcast, Shelly McElroy, Facilitator at Leading Teams Australia, and many others share their ideas and strategies for leading people through the pandemic.

It doesn’t matter if it’s “for profit”, “non-profit”, “charitable”, “government department or agency”. Results will improve as they have for countless companies who have read this book, which is packed with practical, actionable concepts, patterns, and techniques for leading people from the perspective of being human. .

Readers of Disruption Leadership Matters will learn:

  • Techniques and tactics that show precisely what is needed to create a high performance culture.
  • How to use the company’s vision to drive performance.
  • The critical skill that differentiates good leaders from great leaders.
  • How to use these techniques for the benefit of the team you lead even if the culture of the organization is poor.
  • Strategies used by high-performing organizations to realize the full benefits of diversity and inclusion.

Reader testimonials always tell the story. Take a look at what Allan Preiss, a verified reader, had to say: “Invest your time reading this great book. This is a terrific book on leadership, especially in times of crisis. Drawing on personal experience and research, Gary distilled some key insights into how leaders and their organizations have not only survived, but successfully navigated over the past 2 years. All of the organizations that Gary alludes to have taken to heart the idea that we all need to learn our way, especially in times of great uncertainty. The fact that it is a quick read does not detract from the wisdom revealed. Take the time for this book!

About the Author:

Gary Ryan is the Founder and Director of Organizations That Matter, a management consulting firm based in Melbourne, Australia. Since 2007, Gary has worked with a wide range of companies including Metro Trains Melbourne, MAB Corp, Nutrien Ag Solutions Australia, Lavazza Australia, local, state and federal government agencies and leading universities such as the University of Melbourne, Monash University, Deakin University and RMIT University. Gary’s bespoke organizational and executive coaching programs empower leaders to establish, implement and sustain high performance cultures.

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