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Rather than subscribe to a methodical formula for leadership success, Masters of Change approaches effective management skills from the context of history, applying the power of models to instruct the reader. Boast calls Masters a "who to," not a "how to"—who to learn from and emulate. It unveils the abiding characteristics of great leaders—such as Churchill, Frederick the Great, Elizabeth the First, Napoleon, and Confucius—who survived and thrived in the midst of unpredictable change, providing insights into the ever-shifting challenges of an ambiguous world.
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William M. Boast, Ph.D., has over 35 years’ experience in researching the qualities and characteristics that have enabled great men and women to thrive in turbulent times. He has delivered speeches on change to over 2,000 audiences in business, government and education worldwide. He earned a Doctorate in Communications and has been a professor of history, a training director and deputy regional director of the Peace Corps in India, an academic dean and president of his own company, SYN COM, Ltd. His broad experience and vast knowledge of history provide a unique perspective for those who seek to master the challenges in all times and in all places. He lives in Littleton, Colorado.Review:
To First Edition - Its historic sweep, meticulous detail and thoroughly pragmatic approach make this a challenging and inspiring work. --Ben Leichtling, Denver Business Journal, November 7, 1997
This book will make a powerful and unique contribution to the literature on change and leadership. --Michael G. Winston, Vice President and Managing Director, Global Organization Strategy, Motorola, Inc.
No fads, no fluff – If you’re only going to read one change management book, this is the one! --Kent Taylor, Leadership Consultant and Change Agent
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Book Description Executive Excellence Publishing, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1890009075
Book Description Executive Excellence Publishing, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1890009075