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The Wandering Leader Paperback – February 14, 2014
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About the Author
David Small holds a bachelor of science degree and has spent the past decade working as an ice hockey coach around the world. He founded the Small World Network and is a reserve officer in the Canadian Army. This is his third book. Small lives in Kenora, Canada.
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One thing that has never changed with David though is his genuineness and thoughtfulness. No matter what time of day, or whether we haven't been in contact for months I have no hesitation in picking up my phone and getting in touch. David's personality, love and genuine care for each and everybody he comes into contact with is exemplified in this great read. Having received my copy right at the time of my medical school exams, I had trouble putting it down and have not regretted that decision.
I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for an honest, can't-put-down read that will open your eyes and motivate you to become the best leader you possibly can be.
Dave shows he is living proof that good things will happen if you believe and are resilient.I found his stories inspiring and eye-opening. After reading The Wandering Leader I feel I have improved myself and gained a stronger self confidence. I recommend this book to everyone!
This is not a "how to book" like those of John Maxwell, or Shula. This is a rubber hitting the road leadership book, with shared wisdom on overcoming speed bumps along the way.
Thank you Dave for this peice of work.
This is a different breed of leadership book as it is not written by an accomplished CEO who has attained all the fame and fortune and writes in abstract theoretical ideas. David is down to earth and admits he still figuring out leadership and his own journey. How refreshing to read a book from a leader who is still being built as most of us are and not an ivory tower know-it-all.
I would recommend this book to anyone who has a passion for learning and growing themselves as a person and leader.