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Roger Connors and Tom Smith are cofounders of Partners in Leadership, an international management consulting firm with hundreds of clients in almost all major industries. They are also the coauthors of Journey to the Emerald City, a sequel to The Oz Principle.
Tom Smith and Roger Connors are cofounders of Partners in Leadership, an international management consulting firm with hundreds of clients in almost all major industries. They are also the coauthors of Journey to the Emerald City, a sequel to The Oz Principle.
The book is easy to read, well organized and contains lots of helpful information.
It's an ideal approach for organizations to create accountability for achieving results by holding others accountable in a positive, principled way.
I immediately took away valuable insight from this book that will affect my team for the better.
An inadequately edited collection of truisms interspersed with thinly veiled advertisements for the author's other books, web site, and consultancy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard Sonnen
For my tastes, this book goes into too many models and layers. There is great content in the book, but I found I had to boil it down and simplify it further to make it something I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hondo
I am a big fan of accountability. It starts with ourself. As hard as it is to look in the mirror, it is harder to hold ourselves accountable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jo B.
This is a really good book that I recommend to anyone wanting to make some changes in their organization. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Peter Coffee
If you are a people leader I highly recommend this book. It's not necessarily a page turner but it provides you with insight into your responsibility as a leader and the role you... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gayle M.
You'll love this book and so will your employees who do a great job. As far as the rest of them, well, they can find something else to do and that's a positive thing!Published 7 months ago by Jefferson D. Graue