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Sins and CEOs: Lessons from Leaders and Losers That Will Change Your Career Paperback – July 6, 2011
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Being a CEO is about being responsible, honest and willing to take risks. Sadly, this is not always the case and leaders make terrible mistakes. Politicians like Elliott Spitzer and Anthony Weiner forget that they are in the public eye and that their behavior is transparent to the world. Others, in various corporations, are just plain clueless about the actual objectives of their organization and have unclear objectives that don't work. Constantly, the writer pokes fun at expensive off-site meetings which nobody enjoys and which are a complete waste of time and energy for all concerned.
There is nothing really new in this book. Basically it's common sense packaged in an easy breezy way. But if only a few of Mr. Moran's suggestions were really implemented, it would lead to a more positive business environment.
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There's some interesting & entertaining stories in this book, alongside common-sense lessons that are worth the read. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Patrick Mathieson
Not as good as I had hoped. Weird writing style and kind of boring. Good title and concept and agree with the premise and his points but this author's style is not for me.Published 17 months ago by Will
The lessons from this book are most effective when used as a mirror. A great way to practice self awareness as a leader and to sustain personal accountability.Published on February 22, 2014 by LarryTech
well written, great ideas, highly recommend. Mr. moran seems to have a good grasp on the concepts and ideas put forth in the book with an easy to understand method of writing.Published on January 9, 2014 by dsikkens
i loved the writing style, which was entertaining while still achieving the purpose of passing the desired message across. Read morePublished on December 6, 2012 by Amazon Customer
Richard Moran's book is valuable for any CEO, for anyone who works for or is thinking about working for an organization led by a CEO, or for anyone who's in charge of anything,... Read morePublished on December 4, 2011 by Ron Mester