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For Friedman, good leadership is about personal integrity and a non-anxious presence.
This is a dense book on leadership that is definitely worth the effort of reading, as it will change the way you lead and relate to others.
My penciled-in noted on the margins attest to the insights I found myself coming to as I worked through the book.
new insights on old issues; looks at the real human aspects and not the X's and O's; focuses on human relations and not chained to data and mechanics. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Gary Narron
This is the best book on leadership I have ever read; I give it to friends and colleagues all the time. Friedman was an amazing thinker.Published 1 month ago by Rev Julia
great to read a different approach on leadership at every levelPublished 1 month ago by Johannes Mos
This is a book that should be read by every leader, but particularly those in religious institutions. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Alan Cassady
His thoughts are so refreshing, innovative and incredibly thought-provoking. Even if you don't end up completely agreeing with everything he says, you won't regret having... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Heidi Naylor
Right on the money! This book speaks to many levels of human endeavor. And should be read by all leaders.Published 2 months ago by Milton N. Burgess
Instead of self definition and taking a stand, today's leaders too easily bend to the pressure of a small yet vocal minority or to the misguided passions of a crowd. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amos Smith
We all think of ourselves operating as independent intellectually operating entities - that is, after all, how our Western culture defines us. Read morePublished 4 months ago by DKH2150
This text presents so much helpful information. I wish I had discovered it a few years ago. Comparing our present context to the advent of exploration, Friedman described the state... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jay Mc G