You Don't Need A Title To Be A Leader: How Anyone, Anywhere, Can Make A Positive Difference
ISBN: 0385517475
EAN13: 9780385517478
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 19, 2006
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 7.6" L x 5.2" W
Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

In his inspiring new book, You Don't Need a Title to Be a Leader, Mark Sanborn, the author of the national bestseller The Fred Factor, shows how each of us can be a leader in our daily lives and make a positive difference, whatever our title or position.

Through the stories of a number of unsung heroes, Sanborn reveals the keys each one of us can use to improve our organizations and enhance our careers.

Genuine leadership - leadership with a little l, as he puts it, is not conferred by a title, or limited to the executive suite. Rather, it is shown through our everyday actions and the way we influence the lives of those around us. Among the qualities that genuine leaders share:

- Acting with purpose rather than getting bogged down by mindless activity
- Caring about and listening to others
- Looking for ways to encourage the contributions and development of others rather than focusing solely on personal achievements
- Creating a legacy of accomplishment and contribution in everything they do

As readers across the country discovered in The Fred Factor, Mark Sanborn has an unparalleled ability to explain fundamental business and leadership truths through simple stories and anecdotes. You Don't Need a Title to Be a Leader offers an inspiring message to anyone who wants to take control of their life and make a positive difference.

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   Eye opening principles...
Being a leader has nothing to do with a title, and everything to do with attitude, action, and execution. It's more about being out front, not managing, but leading by your attitude and commitment. There are a number of ideas that I can use to develop my leadership skills, not just in my professional life, but in my personal life as well. I recommend this book for leaders of all ages.
 
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   Self help type junk
I do not believe in pseudoscience or self help. I only read because of the class requirement. Well written, but not very good.
 
5
   easy read
It's a book that you read many times. It is easy to comprehend. When you read it for the first time, take notes and see how it applies to your own work environment, it's time to read it again. The book is in my pocketbook. It's small and doesn't weigh. It was recommended to me and now I'm suggesting it to others. If you don't know anything about leadership, this is a great book to read.
 
5
   A shareable read for sure!
A quick read is what I pull this book out for. A title isn't everything, that's a good reminder. I have shared this book with my coworkers and recommend it if you are looking for a leadership position.
 
5
   Great leadership principles to live by
The book was very well written. Practical ways to be an effective leader was provided. It is easy to understand. This book is very good for anyone of any age.
 
4
   Damn well done !
The book points out a lot of simple concepts. I can see where these would have helped me in the past and will help in the future.
 
5
   This book made a lot of the concepts simple and easy to understand
A must read for anyone who wants to improve. A lot of the concepts were easy to understand in this book. The book is easy to read. It isn't written for someone with higher education who has fancy vocabulary. It was written to make me understand it.
 
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