Books tagged: Leadership

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50 Steps to Business Success

By Peter M. Cleveland

Here is a master plan for leaders who want to know the dynamic, proven techniques any business leader?from the fruit stand owner to the Fortune 500 chairman?must use to build a successful entrepreneurial enterprise. At the heart of this program is a fundamental belief in the ... Read more

An American Story

By David Olive

Barack ObamaÓ³ superb and captivating oratory style has earned him comparisons to John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, and this collection of his complete speeches?presented for the first time in their entirety?exposes politicos, voters, and fans of Obama to the words that ... Read more

Beyond Ego

By Art Horn
Foreword by Robert H Pitfield

It’s hard to get into the boardrooms and offices of some organizations because the egos of the leaders take up way too much space. And some say that’s good; it takes big egos to make things happens. Not so, according to Art Horn, an executive coach who leads a sales force ... Read more

From Hire to Inspire

By David Lahey

 

A blueprint for becoming the best boss you can be

North Americans work 90,000 hours in their lifetime. Wouldn’t they enjoy working in a job they love, with a boss who energizes them? David Lahey’s From Hire to Inspire can help make that happen. With advice for all types ... Read more

Lead Like a Heretic

By Dr. Phil Johnson

In his 2016 ground-breaking leadership book, The Compassionate Conspiracy, Dr. Phil Johnson redefined "conspirators" as "radical global servant-leaders" who work together to tackle the biggest problems we face today. Now, in Lead Like a Heretic, he revolutionises the meaning ... Read more

Lead Like a Heretic

By Dr. Phil Johnson

In his 2016 ground-breaking leadership book, The Compassionate Conspiracy, Dr. Phil Johnson redefined "conspirators" as "radical global servant-leaders" who work together to tackle the biggest problems we face today. Now, in Lead Like a Heretic, he revolutionises the meaning ... Read more

Other Everest, The

By David Irvine

What David Irvine posits is that Everest is not unattainable. Integrity, sensitivity and discipline are some of the qualities that lead us to the peak.

Restorying Indigenous Leadership

Edited by Cora Voyageur, Laura Brearley, and Brian Calliou

Restorying Indigenous Leadership: Wise Practices in Community Development, 2nd edition is a foundational resource of the most recent scholarship on Indigenous leadership. The authors in this anthology share their research through nonfictional narratives, innovative approaches ... Read more