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Throttle Up: How to Accelerate the Impact Of 21st Century Leadership

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Throttle Up Brings Leadership Thought and Practice into the 21st Century

LEADERSHIP CAN BE anything one says it is--that is until a person or group has to do something complex with it. For the most part, leadership development remains an exercise of the abstract ostensibly possessed by the heroic or gifted few and disconnected from the multifaceted real-world ch
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Hardcover, 244 pages
Published August 10th 2019 by Booklocker.com
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A WISHING SHELF BOOK REVIEW
4th November 2019
TITLE: Throttle Up: How to Accelerate the Impact Of 21st Century Leadership
AUTHOR: John P. Dentico

Star Rating: 5

‘A well-structured text that looks at ‘leadership’ in a totally different way. Inspiring.’ The Wishing Shelf

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In the competitive world we live in, every organization, whether it be Google or a local charity shop, needs effective leadership. Now, if the ‘leader’ of the company happens to be
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