Leadership: The Exponential Effect is a well-researched, principle-based book that explores the relationship between self-leadership (leading me), leading others (leading them), leading teams (leading us) and leading for results (developing solutions). The books is divided into four parts and attempts to answer the following key questions:
- What does effective leadership look like?
- What is the relationship between self-leadership, leading others, leading teams and leading for results?
- What do organisations need to do to create a sustainable, high-quality leadership development pipeline?
Leadership: The Exponential Effect is a cumulative expression of 25 years’ experience working in the areas of leadership development in more than 80 countries. The book is aimed at readers, organisational leaders who are committed to personal and professional development. The leadership principles examined in this book apply equally in the business context, government and the not-for-profit sectors.
The book approaches leadership from the basis of strong academic research supported with interviews from corporate and organisational leaders who share their stories around the 12 leadership principles that are covered.
“Dr Andrew Brough has succeeded in making a substantial contribution to our understanding of leadership
in a way that is engaging while still containing academic breadth and depth.”
Dr Mark Manley (International Strategy & Leadership Consultant)
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