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The Leadership Handbook

26 Critical Lessons Every Leader Needs

Author John C. Maxwell
Narrator Steven Roy Grimsley
Runtime 7.6 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher Thomas Nelson
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Release Date January 27, 2015
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New York Times best-selling author and leadership expert John Maxwell offers practical insight into learning how to lead the person who matters most—yourself.

The path to leadership begins with a question only few of us ask: How do I lead myself? John Maxwell presents twenty-six insights, not just for those who aspire to positions of leadership but also for veteran leaders who aim to build and improve upon the steps that led them to the front of the line.

Sound leadership will impact any endeavor, but sound leaders are prepared for risk—and importantly, failure—just as they point the way toward achievement. With application exercises and a “Mentoring Moment” to accompany each chapter, The Leadership Handbook presents a road map for a path many may cross but few choose to follow. “A leader,” counsels Maxwell, “never has to recover from a good start.”
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New York Times best-selling author and leadership expert John Maxwell offers practical insight into learning how to lead the person who matters most—yourself.

The path to leadership begins with a question only few of us ask: How do I lead myself? John Maxwell presents twenty-six insights, not just for those who aspire to positions of leadership but also for veteran leaders who aim to build and improve upon the steps that led them to the front of the line.

Sound leadership will impact any endeavor, but sound leaders are prepared for risk—and importantly, failure—just as they point the way toward achievement. With application exercises and a “Mentoring Moment” to accompany each chapter, The Leadership Handbook presents a road map for a path many may cross but few choose to follow. “A leader,” counsels Maxwell, “never has to recover from a good start.”