On Becoming A Leader

I enjoy learning timeless principles – concepts that stay relevant for centuries.

This book discusses enduring and classic leadership principles. No intellectual junk food is served. Just consider some of the chapter headings: Mastering the Context, Knowing the World, Getting People on Your Side.

Bennis thinks deeply and writes well. He makes every word count so there’s no wasted effort on the part of the reader.

This book is a must-read for those who lead and will even benefit those who don’t.

There are few books that I have read more than once. I’ve read this book three times.

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2 thoughts on “On Becoming A Leader

  1. I also read this book, Don, and enjoyed it immensely. One of my favorite quotes:

    “Becoming a leader is synonymous with becoming yourself. It’s precisely that simple, and it’s also that difficult.”

    • Thanks, Wayne, for sharing your thoughts. The book is timeless; it will be viable 100 years from now. I really enjoy reading such wisdom.