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This is the eBook version of the printed book. If the print book includes a CD-ROM, this content is not included within the eBook version. Go Beyond Generic Leadership: Become an Outstanding Leader in Your Unique Environment. To succeed, leaders must understand and apply the core principles of leadership--but that's not enough. You need to shape your approach for any uniqu ...more
Kindle Edition, 256 pages
Published (first published January 17th 2008)
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Leader Summaries
Desde Leader Summaries recomendamos la lectura del libro Liderazgo contextual, de Russell E. Palmer.
Las personas interesadas en las siguientes temáticas lo encontrarán práctico y útil: liderazgo, características de un buen líder.
En el siguiente enlace tienes el resumen del libro Liderazgo contextual, Cómo aplicar distintos estilos de liderazgo según el contexto en el que se desarrolla una empresa: Liderazgo contextual

The last time I checked, Amazon offers 53,047 books on the some aspect of business leadership and many more will be published in months and years to come. Most experts seem to approach the subject in one of two ways: either in terms of specific attributes (vision, courage, faith, authenticity, credibility, etc.) or in terms of impact such as President Franklin Roosevelt’s leadership of the United States out of the Great Depression and then to an Allied victory in World War Two.

Palmer focuses on
Shauntelle James
I wanted to read this book to get a sense of how organizations operation from the top-down approach. I am seeing that the leaders are the heart of the organization. Leaders are under tremedous pressure to communicate with colleges and motivate their team members. They are also expected to be shining examples. A good leaders knows when to relax and when to take charge during crisis. Leaders must be creative and innovation if they are going to compete. There several contexts and approaches to lead ...more
I know this book is highly reviewed and valued...I just didn't get much out of it. I understand the idea of presenting leadership in various scenarios;I don't feel like that was accomplished here. Leadership is briefly discussed, and then a plethora of scenarios are supposedly laid out to illustrate the flexibility necessary to apply leadership in each of this disparate scenarios. The problem that I had was that I was unable to see beneath the surface of the scenarios to the leadership beneath.. ...more
Maria Miaoulis
Well-written and injected with stories from his own business experiences, this book offers ideas and advice that will help you succeed in your goals. A must-read!
Bryan Downey
The topics covered in this reading really do cover host of different situations that you could be exposed to in your leadership endeavors. I particularly liked the comparisons in how business is done in different parts of the world. While my job typically doesn't deal with issues outside of the US it still a little nugget of knowledge that I now have. I highly recommend this book.
Keith Kendall
Palmer observes that depending on the organizational style, a different style of leadership is more appropriate. Then he focuses on two styles of leadership. The autocratic top-down style, and the peer style.
Julie Baswell
I could not even finish this book it was so boring and unfocused. I learned nothing in the half that I did read.
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