Accomplishes in 37 short chapters what a whole volume of MBA texts cannot tell you: leadership is a life-long process. -- Book Page, October 2000
Stories are heartfelt and self-revealing. They all deliver an elbow to the reader's ribs. -- CIO Magazine, November 15, 2000
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A main selection of the Doubleday Executive Program book club.
"Learning Journeys makes the power of storytelling come alive. These stories need to be told--and must be told--but more importantly, they should be shared in corporations throughout the world to enhance leadership and management. The stories alone are worth the price of the book, but the exercises and implementation ideas make this book invaluable."--Jimmy Neil Smith, President, Storytelling Foundation International
"To reflect the wisdom in these pages, this book should be embossed with gold, wrapped in silk, and kept in a box of the finest mahogany--it is that valuable."--Annette Simmons, President, Group Process Consulting; author of A Safe Place for Dangerous Truths and Territorial Games AFTERWORD: The Power of Stories, by Richard Stone