The Leader Who Had No Title

The Leader Who Had No Title

A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in Life

Book - 2010
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For more than fifteen years, Robin Sharma has been quietly sharing with Fortune 500 companies and many of the super-rich a success formula that has made him one of the most sought-after leadership advisers in the world. Now, for the first time, Sharma makes his proprietary process available to you, so that you can get to your absolute best while helping your organization break through to a dramatically new level of winning in these wildly uncertain times. In The Leader Who Had No Title, you will learn: o How to work with and influence people like a superstar, regardless of your position o A method to recognize and then seize opportunities in times of deep change o The real secrets of intense innovation o An instant strategy to build a great team and become a "merchant of wow" with your customers o Hard-hitting tactics to become mentally strong and physically tough enough to lead your field o Real-world ways to defeat stress, build an unbeatable mind-set, unleash energy, and balance your personal life. Regardless of what you do within your organization and the current circumstances of your life, the single most important fact is that you have the power to show leadership. Wherever you are in your career or life, you should always play to your peak abilities. This book shows you how to claim that staggering power, as well as transform your life-and the world around you-in the process.
Publisher: New York : Free Press, c2010
Edition: 1st Free Press hardcover ed
ISBN: 9781439109120
Branch Call Number: 658 .4092 SHA
Characteristics: xiv, 203 p. ;,22 cm


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It’s a little corny, but I loved the simplicity of this book. It’s a fable intertwined with messages and practical tips on inspiring each of us to be ‘leaders’, regardless of what we do at work, what level in the hierarchy we’re at, or just generally in our day-to-day lives. Something that everyone should read. (submitted by SB)

VaughanPLSarahN Apr 09, 2017

Advice is sound and inspiring but the trite and thinly written fable is not.

Apr 21, 2016

A good place to start for anyone looking to change today. Small steps lead to big destinations - of course you need to take the first step in order to being the journey. Lot's of acronyms in the book but that is a useful way to remember the larger concepts.

Aug 10, 2012

Inspiring, but the tone is very American. If you can get through that, the book holds some valuable lessons that are worth checking it out for.

Feb 16, 2011

What a powerful book!

"Success is created through the performance of a few small daily disciplines that stack up overtime to produce achievement far beyond anything you could have ever planned for." p.36

Aug 17, 2010

The story built around the lessons is quite cheesy. Kind of like the Celestian Prophecy, and that's where i took off half a star. But the lessons are so excellent that it is quite easy to overlook. I highly recommend this book to anyone, no matter where you are in life or what you are doing.


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Feb 25, 2011

Remember that the finest hour of every great leader occurred when everything looked like it was falling apart. Rather than just standing there paralyzed by fear, they stayed calm, showed excellence and turned it all around. p.124”

Feb 25, 2011

“Leadership is about having unshakeable faith in your vision and unrelenting confidence in your power to make positive change happen. p.51

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