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Designed to be read in a single sitting, this book uses the unexpected meeting between troubled high-tech honcho Andrew O'Brien and a mysterious old man named Charlie to explore a series of common traps that can unwittingly ensnare any hard-driven executive. Lencioni hones in on the five "temptations" of the workplace: desires to jealously guard career status, consistently remain popular with subordinates, unfailingly make correct decisions, constantly strive for an atmosphere of total harmony, and always appear invulnerable. A discussion of the story's events and their real-world implications follows, as Lencioni shifts from screenwriter mode to business coach to help answer some of the questions he raises. --Howard Rothman --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Not as great or good as the original. Just printing more books on the same subject. Can't blame them if they can sell them.Published 16 hours ago by C. Roy Argall
First a warning: This book is extremely short - it took me at most 30 minutes to read completely through it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by !Xabbu
I can't believe how many times I could relate to the temptations. I will definitely be taking a look at myself and how I am running "our" business.Published 1 month ago by Theresa
The *Five Temptations of a CEO* is a quick and worthy read for leaders and managers.
The book describes five common leadership pitfalls – even the most experienced... Read more
Learned a great deal from this book. Loved the style it was written in. Will read over and over. Will also recommend to my colleagues.Published 3 months ago by Amy
Good, somewhat humorous gift for a new CEO. Not being one, I can't very well determine the value of the text.Published 4 months ago by Eric E. Auerbach
Very interesting and easy to read book. Well presented and sound arguments about what CEOs do and shouldn't doPublished 4 months ago by Naj