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In this eagerly awaited sequel to the phenomenal national bestseller The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, leadership guru and renowned professional speaker Robin S. Sharma shares a remarkable step-by-step system that will transform the way you lead your team and renew trust, commitment and hope within your organization. With masterful insight and brilliant simplicity, Sharma has distilled timeless wisdom for visionary leadership into a series of immensely practical lessons that leaders, managers and entrepreneurs can immediately apply to boost morale, liberate loyalty and send productivity soaring in these topsy-turvy times.
Unique among leadership books in content as well as in its parable format, Leadership Wisdom continues with the adventures of the now-famous Julian Mantle, a corporate high-flyer who, after suffering an almost fatal heart attack, journeys to an ancient culture of sages living deep within the Himalayas in search of their time-honoredsuccess principles for leadership in businessand in life. In a tale that will inspire, entertain and enlighten, Julian discovers 8 universal leadership truths that will allow you to become the kind of visionary leader who captures the hearts and imaginations of your people while guiding your organization to all-new levels of performance in this wildly uncertain age. In this groundbreaking book, you will learn:
· The Rituals of Visionary Leaders· Powerful Principles for Change Management· The Timeless Laws of Human Relations and High-trust Teams· Leadership Truths to Energize, Encourageand Inspire Employees· Simple Lessons for Self-renewal, Stress Mastery and Personal Leadership · Wisdom to Cultivate Creativity, Character and Spirit at Work
In the groundbreaking national bestseller The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, internationally respected author and speaker Robin S. Sharma showed us a powerful way to dramatically improve the quality of our personal and professional lives based on timeless success principles form both the East and the West. In doing so, he helped many thousands and sparked a phenomenon.
Now, in Leadership Wisdom, his much-awaited follow-up, Sharma has a new mission: to help you become the kind of visionary leader you deserve to be and transform your business into an organization that thrives in this age of dizzying change. With deep insight and compelling examples, this truly innovative thinker shares an ageless yet eminently practical blueprint for effective leadership that is certain to manifest the highest human gifts of the people you lead and unlock loyalty, commitment and creativity in the process.
Written as an easy to read and highly entertaining fable, Leadership Wisdom is the powerful story of Julian Mantle, a hard-driving corporate player who, after suffering a massive heart attack one Monday morning, decides to embark on an odyssey to the Himalayas in search of the great truths for effective leadership in business and in life. In a tale that will change the way you think about leadership forever, Julian discovers eight timeless rituals practicedby every truly visionary leader, eight rituals that you, as a leader seeking to excel in these information-crazed times, can easily use to energize your team and elevate your entire organization to world-class levels of productivity, performance and passion.
Leadership Wisdom is a unique treasure of a book that will awaken the fullness of your leadership potential, transform your company and deeply enrich the quality of your professional as well as your personal life.
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