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Explains the techniques essential to effective leadership, and outlines strategies for influencing and motivating others
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Cohen offers the reader an insightful and superbly written account of how to become a better leader. This book is not just for managers; anyone who might find themselves in a leadership role in any type of setting will reap countless rewards from this book. Though shorter in length than Tom Peters and Nancy Austin's A Passion for Excellence, ( LJ 6/15/85), Cohen's book packs in a huge amount of practical wisdom. Some readers may find the author's frequent examples culled from various military figures a bit excessive; nevertheless, they reflect the author's background and are quite powerful portrayals of Cohen's concepts. Destined to be a best seller and possibly a management classic. See also Philip B. Crosby's Leading: The Art of Becoming an Executive , reviewed in this issue, below.
- Ed. -- Richard Paustenbaugh, Indiana Univ. Lib., Bloomington
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Book Description Discontinued 3PD, 1991. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110130484717
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