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Attitude Reflects Leadership is an honest glimpse into what it takes to be an exceptional leader. People naturally follow the attitude of their leader. Whatever attitude, behavior or belief you want your employees to have, you must lead with it first. This book contains powerful and useful information to those who are searching for what it takes to become an extraordinary ...more
Kindle Edition, 96 pages
Published April 26th 2015
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Katie
Aug 22, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Attitude Reflects Leadership is a great book on how to create an effective overall approach to leadership. I really liked how it began, with Hamblin refuting the idea that “if you want it done right, do it yourself” when it comes to leadership, saying that you have to acknowledge and accept that as a leader, you can’t do it yourself. You have to get work done, correctly and on time, through other people. This was the first readjustment of how to think, and the rest of the book supports through i ...more
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Aug 14, 2015 rated it really liked it
Attitude Reflects Leadership by Leo Hamblin is a good book filled with credible information that gives readers a very good idea at how to succeed at being a manager. The author has taken poorly run companies and has turned them around with the techniques he has described in this easy to read book. While a lot of his strategies seem contrary to the way many managers work today, they do makes a lot of sense. He proclaims that he isn't an English type of guy and it's evident in the writing of this ...more
Debbie Lyne
May 15, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Not only does this book have great philosophies for business leadership, these philosophies are also something I will use in every other aspect of my life. Attitude Reflects Leadership has inspired me to become more aware of my actions at work, with my kids and as a friend. Leo Hamblin's perspectives are simple yet powerful and he has a clear way of communicating which will guide his readers into action. This is a book I will read many times and keep near for reference. Thank you for writing thi ...more
Cale
Jun 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This book “Attitude Reflects Leadership” has so many tips you can learn from, but you must read it and study it... you also have to actually apply the principles necessary to understanding the important role of leadership in your life and within your company. I have held several different leadership roles over the years and I wish I would have had a book like this back when I was working at my old company. Mr. Hamblin points out so many things that are true that bring down production and morale ...more
Bob Wallner
Jun 08, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: leadership
Much different from most styles of leadership books I have read, Attitude Reflects Leadership is a good read.

I explained to my wife, not a reader, as follows: "Most leadership authors tip toe around issues of firing and hiring. This author takes it head on and in a style that makes you say I would like to have a beer with this guy and learn more."

I would recommend this book to a new leader or to the overly soft leader. Solid 4*!
Charlie Vasquez
Jun 23, 2015 rated it really liked it
very educational and informative book, I could see it being part of an MBA class (or should be). It has as plenty great information, was able to get some new ideas and tips for management classes and was able to implement those. Would highly recommend to everybody, who is looking for improvement in life and learn new job skills.
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I grew up enjoying math and avoiding English. Unless it was required, even in college, I ran from every English class I could. English had too many rules, and even more exceptions to every rule. I did however, have a natural curiosity for words and what they mean. After all, I must use words to communicate and I want to be understood.

My mind is structured mechanically, and I naturally
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