How Leaders Decide
Inspiration, Insights and Wisdom from History’s Biggest Moments
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How do you make decisions when the stakes are high?
Whether you’re running a small team or an international enterprise, all leaders know the feeling of facing a tough choice. It’s impossible to predict how our decisions will play out, but we can look to the past for insights on how profound choices are made. Each decision made by influential figures, from Alfred Nobel and Marie Curie to Martin Luther King, Jr. and The Beatles, have shaped our world—and now the bold decisions of these men in women will inspire new ways of thinking and offer problem-solving strategies you can apply today.
Author and leadership coach, Greg Bustin, aims to not only present great historical decisions, but also to help growing leaders get into the mindset of success by learning from past choices. Comprised of 52 weekly vignettes featuring pivotal decisions made by leaders, this unique book combines a leadership guide with a reflection journal, plus an implementation process to help you make tough choices. Read one entry per week to tap into a timeless history lesson on leadership, followed by a few minutes of thought around the questions posed in each entry. This weekly check-in will allow you to make sure you're following through with your decisions and provide time to reflect on their results. For additional wisdom from historic figures, try Great Quotes from Great Leaders!
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- Size: 5.50 in x 8.25 in
- Pages: 304
- Case Count: 18