Born to lead? : empowering insights and personal journeys of outstanding business leaders (book)

Authors: Tony Dormer and Charisse GrayAre exceptional leadership traits part of one's DNA - bred from circumstance or formed on life's journey? Are there personalities or characteristics that make people fit, or unfit, to be a leader? How to exceptional leaders differentiate themselves, and is there such a thing as an exceptional leadership philosophy? How do you become an exceptionally talented leader? Are there tipping points of emotional intelligence and cognitive compencies, which predict exceptional performance in leaders? Do exceptional leaders need to have an ego? Do hurdles and challenges ensure the growth and development of an exceptional leader? In order to answer these questions, Tony Dormer and Charisse Gray interviewed outstanding Australian leaders, including Richard Barrett, Elizabeth Broderick, Ellie Brown, Trevor Cairney, Kate Carnell, Michael Derin, Garry Crockett, Patricia Forsythe, Don Taylor and Rod Young.Read this book in the Business Studio


Authors: Tony Dormer and Charisse Gray
Are exceptional leadership traits part of one's DNA - bred from circumstance or formed on life's journey? Are there personalities or characteristics that make people fit, or unfit, to be a leader? How to exceptional leaders differentiate themselves, and is there such a thing as an exceptional leadership philosophy? How do you become an exceptionally talented leader? Are there tipping points of emotional intelligence and cognitive compencies, which predict exceptional performance in leaders? Do exceptional leaders need to have an ego? Do hurdles and challenges ensure the growth and development of an exceptional leader? In order to answer these questions, Tony Dormer and Charisse Gray interviewed outstanding Australian leaders, including Richard Barrett, Elizabeth Broderick, Ellie Brown, Trevor Cairney, Kate Carnell, Michael Derin, Garry Crockett, Patricia Forsythe, Don Taylor and Rod Young.
Read this book in the Business Studio

Comments

We welcome relevant, respectful comments.
Please read our Comment Policy before commenting.
We also welcome direct feedback via Contact Us.
You may also want to ask our librarians.

Be the first to write a comment