Summary of The Camino Way
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Leadership consultant Victor Prince took a month-long sabbatical to hike across northern Spain as a pilgrim on El Camino de Santiago – the Path of Santiago. He describes many ways the Camino changed his perspectives on life and leadership – and he outlines how you can experience a similarly transformative process that will inspire how you lead. Drawing on personal experiences and interviews with nearly 100 other pilgrims, Prince clearly and deftly blends his travelogue with management advice in the form of “seven simple leadership lessons.” He also provides a “How to Do This at Work” section for each lesson. getAbstract recommends this captivating read to armchair travelers and to those seeking to enhance their leadership skills through personal growth.
In this summary, you will learn
- What hiking El Camino de Santiago involves,
- How a business-focus hiker came to learn seven lessons from his pilgrimage, and
- How you can use the teachings of the Camino personally and professionally.
About the Author
Leadership consultant Victor Prince is the managing director of DiscoveredLOGIC. He has spent more than two decades in government and in finance, marketing and strategy.
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2 weeks agoA great final reading for the 7day challenge! We all are on our own “Camino” and is our life. How we live, but how we serve, help and care for others will be a key think for our truly leadership. Totally agree with the rules! Excellent guide #StayOnTrack #getAbstract
2 weeks agoThe hard part is putting the lessons into practice since no one else read the same book.
4 months agoAwesome
5 months agovery good
5 months agoA must do !!
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