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He offers an arsenal of tools that leaders can use to lead quietly and effectively.
I guess I never really thought about it but at the time I was reading it, I was struggling with many issues and juggling many balls so it hit home.
I strongly recommend that you do the same ----- if you really want to be a good leader.
It's a quick read--like a long magazine article. But, it does touch on a side of leadership that is not always espoused. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Veronica
The below Three, Four and Five Star reviews provided by these Amazon Reviewers are all worth noting and give a realistic representation of this well written book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Ilog
Badaracco offers a different spin on ethics but submitting that quiet leaders aren't ambitious for their own advancement but are behind the scenes and desire to make positive... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Shannon Arne
I was looking for a book on introverted leaders, and this does give some good examples of that, but it doesn't really give any good advice on how introverts can lead in their own... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Woody Muire
I appreciated the messages of this book. If you are expecting "7 secrets to always winning" look elsewhere. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kirk Hunt
In addition to tips on how to do the right thing, its tips are also useful for saying across the companies politics trying to to what you think is better.Published 8 months ago by Jonny
The book offered precise and good examples that can be applied in daily leadership journey. I will certainly recommend to other people ..Published 11 months ago by Madinane
"Leading Quietly" provides a realistic and human view of what it takes to be a good leader. You don't have to be heroic and self-sacrificing to be an effective leader who... Read morePublished 14 months ago by D. Lynn
Most business schools and undergraduate education, if they even offer a course on leadership, approach the topic of leadership from a heroic perspective. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Brady James