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The ideas collected in this book have allowed successful modern leaders to deliver exceptional results in a rapidly changing world. They confirm that we must move away from the old-fashioned ‘command and control’ model of leadership and develop a more collaborative, consensual and inspirational approach to running modern organizations.
NEW YORK TIMES best-selling author, John C. Maxwell, provides you with the power you need to think bigger and bolder thoughts, live with healthier and more positive attitudes, influence the lives of others for the better, and lead with excellence.
Like the best-selling Jesus: CEO, this powerful book draws on the teachings of Christ to inspire business leaders. Unlike that book, however, The Leadership Wisdom of Jesus focuses on practical, interpersonal management skills rather than visionary leadership.
It pays to be persuasive. From senior managers to new-starters in business; at home, in the office and in the boardroom the ability to confidently motivate, influence and convince others offers a competitive edge that can really set you apart and help you get what you want.
Being able to change to keep pace with a rapidly changing world is the key to business success in the '90s. Enlightened Leadership is a practical, hands-on guide to breaking through the barriers to organizational change.
We need great leaders. More than ever we need authentic, collaborative, inspiring men and women of integrity at the helm of society- and too often our leaders fall short. Some focus on personal success, alienating those they lead. Others shift their principles when it is convenient.
Presidential Courage is a brilliantly readable and inspiring saga about crucial times in American history when a courageous President dramatically changed our future. Like Beschloss's previous book, The Conquerors, it was a New York Times bestseller for months.
We are all subjective―it's human nature. We overreact to situations; we judge people too quickly and unfairly; we take something personally when it was not really meant that way. As a result, we lose relationships, reputation, money, and peace of mind.