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The Golden Flame: The Heart and Soul of Remarkable Leadership Hardcover – January 20, 2010
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"... doesn't follow the worn-out 5-step approach ... a must read for everyone on my executive team." -- James R. Pouliot, CEO, CSAA
"... captures the soul of those rare individuals who are remarkable leaders and shatters the stereotype of the charismatic leader." -- Paul Witkay, Founder of The CEO Alliance
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By interviewing specific leaders who were doing something unique or distinct within their industry; had significant responsibility for developing strategy and culture of their organisation; had distinguished themselves as path creators; and others found their leadership to be inspiring and empowering, we learn 'from the horse's mouth' what it takes to be a remarkable leader.
Dr. Merron shows that the core of greatness does not reside in behaviours, personality, or even characteristics that typically describe great leaders such as vision, courage and fierce resolve (even though I am sure they are helpful!).
Instead the leaders he interviews have developed three essential qualities that Iive deep within the soul of each of us...and can be cultivated! I highly recommend reading the book to find out more!!
Dr. Merron has gone past the game-face of leadership: the cultural hypnosis that our leaders must have the celebrity of a Donald Trump, the techo-smarts of a Mark Zuckerberg, or the marketing sense of a Steve Jobs. The people to be admired and aspire to are the ones he writes about in The Golden Flame.
The best part for me was that Dr. Merron used the first person voice, so the book felt much like a docu-memoir of his work as he traveled through the corporate and non-profit world, and he made it a worthy search.
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This is a great book that makes you realise that leadership is about self discovery in first place. If you want to be a leader, you need to know yourself. Read morePublished on December 28, 2013 by Mohammad
I have read many, many books on leadership. I've been in executive groups and met some incredible leaders. Read morePublished on January 25, 2012 by Jessica Weatherford
"The Golden Flame" is Keith Merron's take on a kind of leadership so authentic that it can't be laughed off. He is one of the most remarkable business writers out there today. Read morePublished on October 9, 2010 by M. C. Finley