Leadership: The Inner Side of Greatness

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Wiley, May 31, 1991 - Business & Economics - 392 pages
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Offers an insightful look at the characteristics great leaders have in common—realism, vision, ethics, and courage—and identifies the strategies all managers can use to achieve and sustain both personal and organizational greatness. Challenges managers to give meaning to their lives through the quality of their work, revealing how personal growth can translate into organizational profits.

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Leadership: The Inner Side of Greatness : A Philosophy for Leaders (Jossey Bass Business and Management Series)

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Like most books about leadership, this one improves when the author finishes up with generalities and gets down to specifics. Whether it fulfills its "promise'' ("to double your business leadership ... Read full review


Confronting the Challenges
Developing the Mind
Foundations of Leadership

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Peter Koestenbaum is the founder and chairman of Philosophy-in-Business and the Koestenbaum Institute. He has consulted on leadership, management, marketing, and strategy implementation in nearly forty countries. He is the author of "Freedom and Accountability at Work "and "The Philosophic Consultant," both from Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer.

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