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The Leader : The Mortar that defines the Leader

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Overcoming hardship is where the intrigue comes from for a good story to be written or read. This book explores the challenges and achievements that make a person who they are as a leader. The experiences that are explored in this book are the ones that were most critical to the development of the leader. You are the leader. We are all leaders, trust me.



Leadership is getting people to the point where they do what you want them to do, to achieve an objective but as if it was by their own initiative or a shared understanding.



Management is the law, the parameters and the structures that keep the team in the right lane.



The concept of this book is to define the impact of a leader, their influence, their decisions, and their effects, along with the ideology that 'with great power comes great responsibility.'



This book is designed to help you. To draw from the exploration of events throughout history that have helped to depict decisions made and why they were made. To give you an appreciation of what processes a leader uses and how you can learn to become a better leader.



Hindsight gives us perspective. What must be considered is that situations change. Nothing worth having is easy and the way in which we change who we are for the better is key. Steel is forged in fire.











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Product details

  • Paperback | 264 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 14mm | 358g
  • English
  • 0645204404
  • 9780645204407

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