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Lost and Found: The Story of How One Man Discovered the Secrets of Leadership . . .Where He Wasn't Even Looking

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Larry has worked his way up to his first big assignment as a manager. But now the work is piling up on his desk. His people can’t seem to make decisions—certainly not the right ones. His mentor has been fired. Worst of all, his boss sends him out for leadership training. Larry never thought he needed all that “people skills” stuff to perform, and spouting buzzwords doesn’t ...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published February 3rd 2004 by Crown Business (first published January 1st 2004)
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Mar 15, 2017 Stephen rated it liked it
The novel approach has been used by a number of authors for books in this genre, some to better effect than others. This one is easy to read, with a few focused messages, although the "plot twists" are a bit forced in order to link everything together.
Jan 07, 2009 Peggy rated it it was amazing
An excellent book. I started this book with the idea that it would be preachy but it is not and it has some wonderful and useful information about leadership. I learned that a good manager needs to have a clear view of the future and makes sure that his team shares it. He needs to know that his team memebers are more valuable to the project than they were a year ago. A good manager encourages his team to be partners in the project and not just workers on the project at hand. A good manager needs ...more
Oct 15, 2009 pri rated it liked it
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Good parable for finding your way in leadership. The start was uncomfortably close to home and gave me a lot to think about. That said, it suffered from the 'instafix!' some of these books have. While I do think the principles can help, I don't think that they would be as immediately embraced and applied. One thing that I've found most difficult is bringing these ideas into practice. And most books skim over that part... as this one did. Though the end did provide suggestions for other ways of p ...more
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Jan 29, 2012 Helmut Granda rated it really liked it
Great book, beginning was excellent but ending needed to be more generic IMO.
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