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Everyday People, Extraordinary Leadership by
Publication Date: 2020-12-23
Learn how you can tackle everyday leadership challenges regardless of your title, position, or authority with this insightful resource A book about leadership for people who are not in formal or hierarchical leadership positions, Everyday People, Extraordinary Leadership provides readers with a comprehensive and practical approach to addressing leadership challenges, no matter the setting or circumstance. Esteemed scholars and sought-after consultants Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner adapt their trademark The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership® framework to today's more horizontal workplace, showing people that leadership is not about where you are in the organization; it's about how you behave and what you do. Everyday People, Extraordinary Leadership draws on the authors' deep well of research and practical experience to cover key subjects: The essence of making a difference in any role, setting, or situation. The difference between positions of authority and leadership The importance of self-development in leadership development
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