52 Leadership Gems Practical and Quick Insights For Leading Others
$9.95 – $29.95
52 Leadership Gems contains a set of tested insights that will guide all leaders as they face today’s challenges. These Gems are tied into the essential 21 leadership dimensions of a successful leader. This book supports every phase of your company’s leadership development, team improvement, and one-on-one coaching. Each Leadership Gem is referenced to applicable Leadership Dimensions and color coded to the applicable quadrant in the LEAD NOW! Model. It is a powerful coaching toolkit for all executives, managers, supervisors, and future leaders.
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“This book demands reflection and thoughtful introspection but will reward the reader with a wealth of knowledge, insight and growth that typically takes years to develop. Keep this book close to you, visit it often and give it the time and reflection it deserves, if you truly want to develop your leadership skills.” – Portland Book Review
“Fortunately for busy executives strapped for reading time, this book replaces blocks of text with short, punchy, numbered tips written in plain English, allowing harried executives to stop reading at any point and pick up later where they left off.” – Kirkus Book Review