Buy Online at low price from Helmet Don-The Leader Who Had No Title by Robin Sharma Publisher: Jaico Publishing House; First edition (8 February 2010) ISBN-13: 978-8184951196 Language: English Paperback: 216 pagesThe Leader Who Had No Title is a motivational novel written by one of the world's most highly respected leadership experts Robin Sharma. Talking about all those leaders who were not honored in their conventional domain, but their ideologies certainly proved them otherwise is the subject around which the book has been written. Pointing out that anyone can be a leader, this book is written in a business fable style, which makes it all the more interesting and engaging. Centered on Blake and his conversation with four unorthodox leaders, each conversation picks out some important and essential principles that will help ordinary people in becoming a true leader and attaining a position in their organizations. The book is targeted at product managers and sfor omeone who wants to improve his leadership skills, it gives a brief insight on the styles of leadership and also increases your ability to understand the difference between where as a leader do you stand. Pointing out what one essentially needs in a mandate to excel, both personal and professional lives, it is kind of a self-help book that quintessentially talks about achieving success in life. About the author: Robin Sharma: Bestselling author of 'The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari' is an International Leadership Professional Guru who is credited with having written 15 books on leadership. He has been guiding people to live a better life by drawing inspiration from his own life experiences and that of others. The Leader Who Had No Title, The Greatness Guide and The Saint, The Leader Who Had No Title and The Saint are among his best books. He heads the Sharma Leadership International Inc, a firm that trains people in leadership. A former litigation lawyer, Robin holds a law Degree from Dalhousie Law School, Canada.
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