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As I read this book, I found myself nodding in agreement, occasionally thinking, "that's obvious," and then - wow!
I highly recommend this book not only for leaders of organizations but also for every professional who is working on clarity of direction.
Picturesque stories are told, which work to illustrate the key points and present the situations discussed in real-world examples.
Good book. Parallel s "Good to Great" book. Read both and you will have a good vision of how to run a company.Published 3 months ago by Robert Colin Ucman
"What to Ask the Person in the Mirror" was referred to me by a trusted friend and it did not disappoint. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Daren Moon
I love reading peoples different views on how to lead and how people operate. I've only read the first chapter and cant wait to read more!Published 18 months ago by sarah
Personally I left challenged to become better at coaching my staff, for that I'm grateful for the read. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Adam Huschka
Book Review: What To Ask The Person In The Mirror By Robert S Kaplan: Great Lessons For A Leader
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Read this book with a note pad and pen by your side . It has great references that you may want to revisit and having good notes will prove to be most valuable.Published on February 13, 2013 by BERNARD G NOSEWORTHY
This is a great book on Leadership. It shares helpful tools to assist in decisions making and being more effective with those whom you have stewardship for.Published on March 26, 2012 by Econ
I have no doubt that Robert Steven Kaplan is a highly intelligent man with a lot of relevant information to impart to the management masses. Read morePublished on February 9, 2012 by Conscientious Objector
This book has a compelling title - a beautiful dust jacket and a respected publishing house - Harvard Business Review Press. Read morePublished on January 7, 2012 by Channel