Your roadmap to becoming the best leader you can be

Dr. Katie Ervin's research on workplace motivation and employee satisfaction has changed organizations and lives. In You Might Be an Asshole: But It Might Not Be Your Fault, she's distilled it all into a highly readable and engaging story. Now, anyone can learn to be the catalyst for change at work.


Dr. Katie Ervin, leadership consultant

About the author

Katie Ervin is a vision-driven, goal-focused leader with a proven history of innovation and achievement. Throughout her career, she has established a reputation as a leadership expert and a transformational leader who is driven by challenge, undeterred by obstacles, and committed to furthering standards of excellence. Efficiency, project management, and organizational change while building trust throughout an organization is a strength.

Katie takes us on a journey where learning is around every corner. Whether you are a seasoned leader who could use some leadership skill sharpening or a new leader looking for what makes you effective, this is a must read and one you’ll enjoy every step of the way.

David Brzozowski, Director of Training with TalentSmartEQ

If you have worked even a day in your life, you will resonate with the stories Katie shares in her book to demonstrate the critical importance of preparing leaders to lead. Self-awareness is the key to effective change, and if you might be an asshole, don't you want to know? With authenticity and kindness, Katie helps you identify your potential blindspots and models what effective and aligned leadership in the workplace looks like.

Maki Moussavi, Executive Coach

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