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Great Leadership: What It Is and What It…

Great Leadership: What It Is and What It Takes in a Complex World

by Antony Bell

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0891062157, Hardcover)

Contrary to the prevailing notion that people are an organization's greatest asset, leadership expert Antony Bell draws together compelling evidence to argue that it is leaders that take companies from good to great. Bell goes right into the heart of what defines this greatness: knowledge, skills, and talents combined with the inner qualities that drive noble action.

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The demand for leadership that is both competent and principled is essential to a business or an organization. Leadership development expert, Antony Bell, offers an easy workable template involving knowledge, skill and talent combined with the inner qualities of a leader that drive noble actions. Great Leadership is for any leader looking to take charge of his or her growth. This book compiles the research and writings of eminent thinkers like: Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Warren Bennis, Daniel Goleman and John Kotter in order to make leadership development as simple as possible. Bell introduces his… (more)

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