The Leader Who Had No Title: A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in Life

The Leader Who Had No Title: A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in Life

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:

• How to work with and influence people like a superstar, regardless of your position

• A method to recognize and then seize opportunities in times of deep change

• The real secrets of intense innovation

• An instant strategy to build a great team and become a "merchant of wow" with your customers

• Hard-hitting tactics to become mentally strong and physically tough enough to lead your field

• 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.

Title:The Leader Who Had No Title: A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in Life
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781439109120
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    The Leader Who Had No Title: A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in Life Reviews

  • Jeremy Johnston

    This book seems like propaganda sponsored by corporate human resources departments from around the world... Here is the book in a nutshell... Step 1: Employees should expend all of their energy on the...

  • Jean-Marc Rocher

    While the motivational message is very helpful and definitely worth reading and considering, the story that it's wrapped up in is pretty badly written. The situations are unnaturally stilted and the d...

  • Joseph

    I generally avoid 'Self Help' books. However, this book captured my attention because Robin Sharma decided to write LWHNT as a story of a man(Blake Davis), gaining leadership wisdom from 4 people that...

  • Ashok Krishna

    There is a common joke shared in the place where I come from. A husband once calls his wife and says, ‘The special dish you cooked for me two days ago was so nice. Can you prepare the same for me to...

  • Jenny

    Recommended by one of my managers. Very interesting....I'd like to continue processing it. Similar idea to learning about investing from the (original) Wealthy Barber.Things I want to remember:You Nee...

  • Maxim

    I dont blame anyone, it was my fault to read, sorry......

  • Qamar Sultana

    well I really have so many things to say about this book. Firstly, it took me 4 months to complete this. Not because this book contains a lot pages, but because it is boring to the power of infinity. ...

  • Naya Kyo

    What could I say about this book? It is by my favorite author.It is really amazing -as I expected. The way Robin represented the ideas and how he wanted to deliver the message of ''you can be a leader...

  • Greg Cohoon

    I picked up this book because I was finding myself trapped in corporate red tape and dead ends with respect to career advancement. Someone recommended this as a good book to help with thinking about l...

  • Justin

    This might be one of the worst books I've ever read. It's basically an 8-10 page leadership / self help article that has been plopped into a poorly written fiction novel with canned, stilted dialogue,...