People want to be part of something larger than themselves. They want to be part of something they’re really proud of, that they’ll fight for, sacrifice for, that they trust. ~Howard Schultz
This is a solid book on leadership. It’s both information and practical. If I had to summarize the book in one word, I would say that word is Vision.
One of the main teachings I want to share in my upcoming Leadership Training Program is vision setting. I had planned an entire session to be framed by the concept of casting a vision then leading a team to implement the vision. The ability to articulate a vision and lead a team in the direction of the vision is, in my opinion, one of the key components in moving to a level 3 leader, a leader that takes people on the journey to achievement. Achieving vision is the hallmark of a leader that produces through people.
I would love to share this with my team but, there is one problem. This is a Kindle book and the people I would share this with, the ones at my office that would get benefit from it’s content are not Kindle owners. That is the one drawback of ebooks.
I highly recommend this book to anyone in leadership.