Become the leader others want to follow
Forget everything you know about motivating others and building a harmonious workplace. If you want to get the best out of people, you must be willing to fight. But, that doesn't mean you become a dominator, nor does coddling others work.
The best leader you've ever had in your life was a liberator?someone willing to fight for your highest good, even at a personal cost. Inside, global leadership experts Jeremie Kubicek and Steve Cockram explain what made that leader so unique, how to become that person yourself, and how to share the same gift with others.
The 100x Leader
Be one of the few that people actually want to follow
Learn the lost art of leadership?the intentional calibration of support and challenge for everyone you lead, your team and your family
Become a multiplication master as you learn to bring the best out of people for their highest good and that of the whole team
Overhaul entire cultures by focusing on the transformation and empowerment of sub-culture leaders
will help you become?and build?leaders worth following.
Company of One: Why Staying Small Is the Next Big Thing for Business
What if the real key to a richer and more fulfilling career was not to create and scale a new start-up, but rather, to be able to work for yourself, determine your own hours, and become a (highly profitable) and sustainable company of one? Suppose the better—and smarter—solution is simply to remain small? This book... Normative Externalism
argues that it is not important that people live up to their own principles. What matters, in both ethics and epistemology, is that they live up to the correct principles: that they do the right thing, and that they believe rationally. This stance, that what matters are the correct principles, not one's...
The School of Doubt (Brill Studies in Skepticism)
The School of Doubt conducts a parallel philological and philosophical examination
of Cicero’s Academica, a work on Hellenistic epistemology written in
the first half of 45 bce. The treatise has a unique history, insofar as fragments
of two different versions are extant: the second of a two-volume first edition,