Becoming a leader requires personal habits of two types. The first set of habits refer to the forging of personal character, and the second have to do with professional competency. The latter might guarantee immediate success, but the former habits have to do with long-lasting leadership and form the basis for the deeper growth of one’s various competencies.
This is a concise presentation of personal leadership and how to build it within oneself, and furthermore upon an ethical foundation. It is written precisely for those who are interested in developing personal leadership but have little time to read long expositions on the subject.
The last chapter is a case study that helps the reader assess how well he or she has learned the themes presented.
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