Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders: The Three Essential Principles You Need to Become an Extraordinary Leader

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$30.00  $27.90
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Free Press
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Pages
256
Dimensions
6.36 X 9.28 X 0.99 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781439197745
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About the Author
Rajeev Peshawaria was one of the founding members of the renowned Goldman Sachs leadership development program, the Pinestreet Group, and was the global head of the Leadership Advisory Services practice. At Morgan Stanley, he held the position of Chief Learning Officer and created and led Morgan Stanley University - a globally integrated learning and consulting hub within the firm. At The Coca-Cola Company, also as the Chief Learning Officer, he created and headed Coca-Cola University, and he was the Global Director of Leadership Development programs at American Express. He was just appointed Chief Executive Officer of the International Centre for Leadership in Finance in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Reviews
"It's easy to dispense advice about how leaders should direct and motivate their people. It's much harder to have actually done these things yourself, and to be able to describe, in highly useful terms, how the best leaders harness their own energy, and energize and direct the talents of others to achieve superior performance. Rajeev Peshawaria's simple but powerful methods, derived from many years of training and developing leadership skills in premier companies on three continents, provide an essential roadmap for managers at every organizational level."--Steve Kerr, the former Chief Learning Officer and a Managing Director of Goldman Sachs and author ofReward Systems: Does Yours Measure Up?
"RajeevPeshwaria provides simple but powerful insights about the difference betweenleading and managing. His RED framework is a terrific approach to understandingthe principles and actions that make the difference between leading and simply managing."--A. Salman Amin, Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing, PepsiCo
"Ina sea of leadership guides, this new offering rises to the top with itsgripping insights that will inspire reflection and action in leaders and managersat all levels...Peshawaria's book ought to become required reading for allbusiness people--from students to executives."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"Very rarely is a leadership expert also a business leader himself, a teacher and consultant to the most admired corporations in the world, a brilliant thinker, and a great author. Mr. Peshawaria is one of those rare individuals. Anyone truly interested in the art, science, and psychology of leadership will be enriched by this very insightful and pragmatic book."--Dr. Anthony F. Smith, Cofounder and Managing Director of Leadership Research Institute and best- selling author of The Taboos of Leadership and ESPN: The Company
"The fascinating aspect of Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders is that it is much less a 'how to' and much more a 'why' exploration of leadership, going deeply into the subject in a manner I have not seen before. Instead of preaching on the topic, as most of the other books do, he takes readers along a personal journey on a quest for leadership, uncovering the key elements of character, fortitude, processes and practices that will enable them to discover the leadership in themselves. This is a must read book because it is as much about kindling the intellect as it is about igniting the leadership passion in everyone."--Raghu Krishnamoorthy, Vice President, Human Resources, GE Aviation
"Rajeev Peshawaria's Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders beautifully presents the underlying dynamics of what it takes to be a great leader. Leadership is a special talent that goes far beyond just being a boss, and he shows that deciding to develop that talent is a critical choice. By illuminating key features of human nature, and by respecting the organization as a living system, Peshawaria provides a clear path to becoming an extraordinary leader who gets impressive results, who brings out the best in others, and who lives a life full of joy, energy, and meaning . Very inspiring reading!"--George Kohlrieser, Professor of Leadership and Organizational Behavior, IMD and author of Hostage at the Table: How Leaders Can Overcome Conflict, Influence Others, and Raise Per
"Rajeev Peshawaria brings together a myriad of case studies and examples- from Toyota-GM to Mahatma Gandhi- to address an issue that will separate tomorrow's winning organizations from the losers."--Navin Agarwal, Executive Chairman, Vedanta Resources Plc.
"Peshawaria defines leadership with hands-on directives for managers andentrepreneurs...Accompaniedby charts and bulleted points, the author's clear-cut prose moves readersthrough the organizational structure...of asuccessful business model...Peshawaria's examples and solid advice will help leaders lay the foundationfor company growth."--Kirkus