If you’ve read many leadership books, you may find that this compendium of common wisdom is more of a survey course than an in-depth revelation. Dr. Karen Otazo offers a year's worth of three-or-four page essays featuring leadership “truths.” Her appendix to these 52 entries suggests further reading on each topic. Otazo’s advice ranges from known verities to practical guidance to the occasional gem. If you want useful reminders or a handy rundown for a new leader, getAbstract thinks these tips will do the job nicely.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to become a better leader by heeding 52 ideas; and
- Why leaders must always be aware of how they use power, structure their teams and relate to people.
About the Author
Dr. Karen Otazo is an executive coach with more than 25 years of experience with major corporate clients in the U.S., China, India, Indonesia, Hong Kong and the U.K.
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