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The leader's climb : a business tale of rising to the new leadership challenge

Author: Bob Parsanko; Paul Heagen
Publisher: Brookline, MA : Bibliomotion, ©2012.
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An engaging tale of how leaders often ascend quickly to the top, only to unknowlingly slip down a path of decline until it is too late. Told in a backdrop of a rock-climbing vacation gone awry, the strain and struggle of the fast-paced society around them that insists that leaders possess the ability to stuff a accomplish a staggering amount of activity into their day, which may be good qualities if judiciously  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bob Parsanko; Paul Heagen
ISBN: 9781937134211 1937134210 9781937134228 1937134229 9781937134235 1937134237
OCLC Number: 781674949
Description: xii, 180 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Stuck --
Awareness --
Acceptance --
Abundance --
Unstuck --
Epilogue.
Responsibility: Bob Parsanko and Paul Heagen.

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An engaging tale of how leaders often ascend quickly to the top, only to unknowlingly slip down a path of decline until it is too late. Told in a backdrop of a rock-climbing vacation gone awry, the strain and struggle of the fast-paced society around them that insists that leaders possess the ability to stuff a accomplish a staggering amount of activity into their day, which may be good qualities if judiciously applied and devastating if it isn't. The Leader's Climb offers a way out, a way to become unstuck when needed most. Leaders can learn how to regain control over both life and career with three fundamental princiles of personal growth: Awareness (Not only to know you have a blind spots, but having the patience, discipline and plain old inquisitive nature to slow down and open yourself up to what you do not know or have not yet experienced) -- Acceptance Admitting that there are obstacles in our way rather than overlooking them or pretending they don't exist but rather embracing our current realities which ma;y actually help us -- Abundance (By creating an abundance of choices, we open ourselves up to better decisions).

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