Jacques Dutronc

"ex-fan des 60s"
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 62% (60 of 97)
Location: London UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 396,348 - Total Helpful Votes: 60 of 97
Leading the Way: The Seven Skills to Engage, Inspi&hellip by Mr Andrew Leigh
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This book resonates with me strongly because it focuses on power of relationships.

It is very well written and set out. I liked the 'Tweet' summary of each chapter.

I'm surprised it is not higher up the best seller list.
Luck: What It Means and Why It Matters by Ed Smith
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Now I know the difference and I believe there is a difference. Ed Smith writes simply and elegantly about complex topics. I managed to read the whole book comfortably going up and down to Edinburgh on the train.
The Unfinished Global Revolution: The Limits of Na&hellip by Mark Malloch-Brown
This is part autobiography, part essay on global leadership challenges.

I really like it because the author ends most chapters by saying 'this is what I learned'

I work for an organisation that focuses on cross sector culturally diverse leadership. This book is perfect for anyone interested in the different leadership roles played by government, NGOS and business. And how these players are changing in importance and effectiveness.