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Abu Dhabi Investment Authority
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What Got You Here Won’t Get You There
“For current or aspiring leaders and those tasked with supporting and developing them - this book is a ‘must have’. With inspiring leadership stories, wonderful frameworks and diagnostics it provides a unique overview of what it takes to be a leader”
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author of Hot Spots - Why Some Companies Buzz
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What is The Leadership Code Book About?
All managers aspire to be better leaders — but what is it that makes a leader effective? “The Leadership Code” synthesizes the best research and practice from the past 50 years to answer that question. The authors present 5 rules for great leadership applied to day–to–day actions.