Leadership from the inside out: becoming a leader for life

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Executive Excellence Pub., Dec 1, 1999 - Business & Economics - 220 pages
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Leadership from the Inside Out reminds us that the ability to grow as a leader is based on the ability to grow as a person. You won't find a list of "ten easy-to-follow" quick tips in this book. You will, however, find a meaningful d reflective journey which will foster the personal awakening needed to enhance your leadership effectiveness. This book is not intended to be merely read -- it is intended to be experienced, digested, and integrated into the lives of success-minded business people in all fields.

Leadership from the Inside Out takes a whole-person approach to leadership that is multidimensional and interdisciplinary. The journey of self and leadership development focuses on seven major pathways to mastery:

1. Personal Mastery: Leading through authentic self-expression

2. Purpose Mastery: Leading by creating value

3. Change Mastery: Leading in the flow

4. Interpersonal Mastery: Leading through synergy

5. Being Mastery: Leading through being

6. Balance Mastery: Leading by centering your life

7. Action Mastery: Leading as a whole person

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User Review  - nmarun - LibraryThing

I'm not sure if this book is only for the CEO's and other top-level management people. This book is for anyone how is looking at leadership skills at any level. Also, pretty much anyone who wants to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mark Wilkerson - Goodreads

Leadership from the Inside Out is a book I was expected to read for a Graduate-level class on Educational Leadership. After the first few pages, I was turned off by the "meta-talk;" I am naturally ... Read full review

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How to Use This Book from the Inside Out
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Personal Mastery
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Purpose Mastery
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