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Inspiring and provocative,
This review is from: Inside the Leader's Mind: Five Ways to Think Like a Leader (Financial Times Series) (Paperback)
I have always believed that no one can be a true leader unless his/her leadership is from within, naturally or by nurturing. This is the only way a leader can wisely use the authority which comes with his/her responsibility to drive results and take accountability for the outcomes, good or bad.
In reading Inside the Leader's mind, I have been amazed by the way Liz Mellon has described the above in the section dealing with the five steps to move upwards. "How to climb a corporate ladder" has never been so easily explained.
The self assessment questions provided at the end of each step are found to be useful for those who aspire to be true leaders.
What makes the book even more interesting is the fact that it not based on theoretical statements but on facts and practical inputs from 20 world-class leaders who have made it happen.
Inside the Leader's Mind is both inspiring and provocative.
One cannot act as a leader if he/she does not think as a leader. It is how we think that determines how we act.
CEO, Liberty Africa