On Leadership: Practical Wisdom from the People Who Know
Acting on his belief that you get the most done in the first twenty minutes of a meeting, the authorAllan invites Britain's top businessmen and women to spend just twenty minutes talking about their views on leadership. The result is a 360 degree view of what it takes to be a business leader in the global economy.
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