The 7 Essential Stories Charismatic Leaders Tell Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- File Size : 568 KB
- Publication Date : January 5, 2020
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 198 pages
- Publisher : Best Seller Publishing, LLC (January 5, 2020)
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B083JL4D44
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,202,955 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I thought the book was very well researched, and I really enjoy Kurian's style which is essentially taking a concept and then telling several interesting historical stories to illustrate the point. I thought that the stories alone where fascinating, and leaders can take away so many lessons from the stories alone for their organizations. Its an easy read with all sorts of useful and pertinent snippets throughout that makes one think and ponder. Well worth ones time.
Top reviews from other countries
He divided his book into two areas and six / seven chapters which allow readers to read quickly, digest information with related examples and understand how to put these ideas in the real world.
The author did not go an easy route to copy and paste known information to the audience. It is evident that he spends a lot of time and effort to structure his story. He analyses the information, finds related and compelling stories to back up his subject and provide a detailed summary to get audiences attention.
I would highly suggest this book and the author to all book lovers who value hard work and intelligent book writing; well done!
Tharakan's voice is like an uncle or a grandfather that would probably destroy me at Jeopardy.
This book brings it back to how human beings thought and behaved before our contemporary systems of government or economics even existed. It delves into the 'why' we behave the way we do and gives insight into how we, as people in business, can not only maximize our profits but do so in a way that preserves the integrity of our culture and community.
If you've read 'em all as I have, sweet Mary and Joseph, give this one a peruse. I promise it will help to simplify the journey through this ridiculously complex life of business. Or maybe even... Simplify this business of life.
I'll show myself out.
Wrapping up each section is a brief summary that challenges you to consider the current state of your own organization’s culture. Often the culture we operate within grows organically around us. If this culture is not congruent with your vision for your team or your organization this book can help you take the necessary steps to begin to align the two. It will challenge you to construct your own strategic narrative by leveraging the valuable lessons to be learned from our past.