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“…packs in more useable advice than most of its ilk…a useful book…” (Third Sector, 2 March 2005)
“…insightful…” (CA Magazine, 1st Dec. 2004)
“…a wealth of practical tools and techniques to improve your leadership…” (Strategic HR Review, Nov/Dec 2004)
"If you want to succeed and have inner peace at the same time, then this book is for you."
--Ram Charan , coauthor, Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done
"Leadership Passages describes in direct, simple, and honest language how human beings become great leaders. Filled with wisdom, insight, and practical advice from three world-class coaches—reading this book is like attending and completing a senior-level leadership program, or spending a week with the best executive coach."
--Linda Clark-Santos, senior vice president, Talent & Organizational Capability of Washington Mutual
"Do careers stop when we are passed over, have a bad boss, or just blow it? Not according to this book. Great leaders pick themselves up and move on, learning while they go forward. Leadership Passages show us how."
--Ken Blanchard, coauthor, The One Minute Manager and The Secret
"This breakthrough book on leadership development is filled with practical advice on ways to lead others and ways to learn from your life as well as your career. We all know that experience is a teacher, but Dotlich, Noel, and Walker show us why!"
--Joe Berardino, vice chairman, Sciens Capital Management LLC, and former chairman and CEO, Andersen Worldwide
Also, valuable advice for organizational leaders that shape high performance work cultures.
At the same time, they represent an opportunity as those who successfully navigate these difficult currents of life will experience real personal growth.
We very highly recommend it to those experiencing difficult transitions, and to human resource and development professionals.
For those of us in the talent selection and leadership development business, I believe this is an excellent book with many experiential examples all focused on the multiple stages... Read morePublished 2 months ago by William H. Clover
As best summarized by the authors: "We have selected thirteen passages to describe in this book...we have chosen the thirteen that senior leaders mention most often and describe as... Read morePublished 18 months ago by O. Halabieh
I enjoyed this book very much. I thought that it was insightful and I could apply and reflect upon so much. A little for everyone, for sure.Published 21 months ago by lavalenzo
I have not read a Dotlich book that has disappointed. If you're an executive, or making your living helping executives, you'll lap up the honesty and authenticity of "Leadership... Read morePublished on September 24, 2007 by Angus Cunningham
A light reader with diagnostics and Rx that is heavily oriented to senior leaders' career peaks and waves but it has great personal advice for aspiring leaders' and mid careerist's... Read morePublished on June 4, 2006 by MojaveCabal