Leadership consultants Diana Renner and Steven D’Souza graphically demonstrate their premise that taking time to reflect and pause in life has value. Poems, quotations and inspiring accounts of executives, artists and adventurers help you relinquish control and ease your pressurized life. People wrongly believe that working harder helps them control their success.This book isn’t about being passive, but about actively choosing and working toward the life you want.
About the Authors
Organizational development expert Diana Renner and Steven D’Souza, an associate fellow of the University of Oxford business school, work with leaders through their individual consulting companies.
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