ISBN 9781451646672,Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders

Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders


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ISBN 9781451646672

Simon & Schuster

Publication Year 2011

ISBN 9781451646672

ISBN-10 1451646674


Number of Pages 222 Pages
Language (English)


Offers readers a top-caliber leadership training course in a book, introducing the techniques he has used with top managers of leading firms to assess one's strengths and weaknesses as a leader and to spearhead and drive the successful implementation of the changes in strategy, management and culture that will lead to success. Buying this book is a ticket to an elite training program that has until now been limited to the privileged few. In this lively and remarkably empowering book, Peshawaria offers readers the opportunity to experience the highest level of leadership training available in the world. Introducing the three core principles he has observed are the foundation of the best leadership that great leaders clearly define their purpose and values; that nobody can motivate another person because everyone comes pre-motivated; and that a leaders job is not to directly produce results but to create the conditions that will harness the energy of others he details his unique and proven program for achieving leadership excellence. Filled with specific tips about the vital questions to ask and simple but powerful steps to follow, Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders is a managers essential tool kit for long-term superior performance. About the Author Rajeev earned an MBA from Webster University, Vienna, Austria, and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Bombay, India, in Commerce & Economics. Rajeev Peshawaria is currently CEO of the ICLIF Leadership & Governance Centre based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, which provides executive education, advisory services and executive coaching to professionals and board directors in Asia, Middle East and Africa.

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