Many aspire to leadership, but few understand its true nature. Leadership is not an ego game, and a true leader does not focus on his or her own interests. Leaders possess vision and have goals transcending their own personal desires. They realize the importance of the people they work with. They take creative action as well as come up with up good ideas. At times, people can confuse position with true leadership. This book gets right to the heart of what being a leader really consists of. Chapters like "Leadership is Intuition Guided by Common Sense" and "The Need For Action, Not Talk" share knowledge indispensable to managers or leaders. The Art of Leadership will help you tap into your own potential and bring out the best in others.
Drawn from the author's successful leadership experience in a variety of endeavors, this book provides practical techniques that produce clear results. The book's concise chapters are perfect for people with busy schedules. And each chapter ends with concise summaries that can serve as quick refreshers. Large and small companies -- from established industrial corporations to high-tech start-ups -- are using the leadership approach presented in this book with impressive results. Non-profit organizations and schools have also benefited from the insights contained in these pages.