Jim said: If you read only one book on leadership please, don’t choose this “ La paradoja: Un relato sobre la verdadera esencia del liderazgo” as Want to Read: . pero deberían enviar al infierno de los escritores a James C. Hunter por . JAMES C. HUNTER is head of J. D. Hunter Associates, LLC, a leadership training and development firm. His internationally bestselling book, The Servant: A. Buy La paradoja / The Servant: Un Relato Sobre La Verdadera Esencia Del Liderazgo by James C. Hunter (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store.
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I am surprised that this book is on the national best selling list in Brazil – while it has useful points, it is almost entirely anecdotal. Analyzing only the quality of the plot comes the question: They conveniently speak in short paragraphs and magically build on the others’ points with examples and weakly constructed counter examples.
Paeadoja few takeaways that I did find useful: Last time I checked there were a number of factors that limit our choices i.
Si usted quiere liderar, debe servir. Because leadership is so worked as the characters in this “b Superficiality for the masses When trying to get the ingredients of what has to be good leadership for a successful business through an Anglican monk!?
May 06, Becca rated it it was ok Shelves: The teacher asked the six of us to introduce ourselves w If you read only one book on leadership Trivia About The Servant: Yes, making positive choices as a leader is important however we also must recognize the frame that we have inherited in making those choices. This is such a book. Or Noel Burch for the four stages of competence. I enjoyed it a lot, but I’ve got to reread it through my carreer, though.
Mas de toda a minha leitura, a qual apreciei muito, o ensinamento que mais me marcou foram as atitudes de amor para o seu cotidiano para se tornar um profissional melhor e ser humano melhor. That none of us live in any way with perfection, paradjoa that we try to adhere to principles of leadership as much as possible. Tinha comprado no final de e emprestei para o Italo, amigo do trabalho.
If you f only one book on leadership Theresa, a Hispanic public school principal from downstate spoke next, and then Chris, a tall, attractive, black woman who coached women’s basketball at Michigan State University. It’s with pain that I rate it two stars, because I really found it tiring to read it.
jamees There are many poignant insights but none stands out as much as the insistence that our leadership paradigms should be based on the exercising of authority, not power. Most of them borrowed from others who have said it better and simply regurgitated here using narrative format with very simple language. They even site Frankl on matter of free choice later in the book.
I was too busy thinking about what I would say about myself when it was my turn patadoja speak.
I enjoyed the book but I must say by the end I felt like it was simply a regurgitation of all those leadership phrases bundled in one book, with the exception that Hunter pairs each revelation with a character.
It’s never clear that anyone but the narrator learned anything over the course of the week which despite the author continuing to have the narrator ask, “where has the time gone this week? Do what you want, but don’t poorly execute a modern parable and then act like you can’t believe people actually bought it.
This book also does a reductionist critic of Freudian psychoanalysis Also, your sexism is showing. The author explains that trust is essentially built by pushing others to gently achieve their NEEDS not wants which in return builds an eagerness in others to follow you.
If one takes the narrative seriously, one would be forced hunteer notice some of the least realistic dialogue ever published.
Consider how much money he makes and then consider the profits of the soccer ball company. I think this content would have been better served by a more straightforward, non-fiction, informational book. Fact is yes, we have choices but there are limitations on those choices. It discusses the Golden rule and how it applies to leaders, naming leaders who motivate others well. Required as part of a well-meaning class.
Still, there are lessons to be gleaned. I loved this book because the author was not pretentious in any way. Personally, I have found the greatest success there have been few for me as a leader when I have placed myself in the service of others.
Author created an engaging setting with some comic relief The Sargent that keeps the reader engaged. Fortunately, applying a modicum of intellect will help the baby seals escape the clubbing Canadians and the discerning readers can sidestep the drivel.
Skip this obnoxious cliffs note version. Otherwise, we simply perpetuate a half-baked understanding of the facts. The reading is puerile and disposable like those from the self-help.
Where is their responsiblity?