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Audacious Leadership: How To Become A Leader That Is Bold, Innovative, Inventive, Unconstrained By Previous Ideas Paperback – 21 Jul 2016
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About the Author
Vic Williams is an author, speaker and founder of The Audacious Training Company. Originally from South Africa and now resident in the United Kingdom, Vic has successfully started and run numerous businesses in both countries. He has over 25 years experience in the leadership environment as a trainer, coach and speaker.
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Oh, and it hasn't been proof read properly, which irritated me, the odd one I'll let go, but this book is peppered with incorrect grammar and typos, the best of which is the use of "forth" instead of "fourth" (or even 4th) in massive type as a chapter heading...completely avoidable with a little care.
This book takes on an important subject that is often discussed, but rarely articulated in such a clear and compelling fashion. Drawing a clear distinction between leadership and management, breaking down aspects of delegation, and highlighting the importance of vision, it’s an enjoyable read.
There is rich body of work that underpins the thinking and a balanced approach between structured concepts and actual human experiences that makes this book well worth reading for anyone that wants to improve their own performance and of the people they seek to lead.
it's unusual for me - usually I dip in and out of this kind of thing - it is simple to read and you find yourself turning the pages pretty quickly - the large format print helped! I found it to be really inspiring and helpful - the references to Nelson Mandela and Winston Churchill especially interesting - I am keen to learn more about the principles these two applied..once finished I left wanting more - so I am looking forward to the next instalment - there is one coming isn't there...??!!