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Posted August 24, 2002
A thought-provoking, yet practical book for leaders
I like this book because it puts leadership in the context of a democracy rather than arguing that leadership is the same no matter what political system you are living in. I like it, too, because of the focus on not only how to persuade the people one is leading, but how to create a better, more thoughtful, public. Soder discusses leadership problems not only in creating and sustaining work, but, just as important, in reconciling and reconstituting when things go wrong between people. This is a reasonable and sensitive book, with many original insights (not all of which are apparent at first glance: this one is worth re-reading.) This book makes one think, and at the same time, offers practical advice for leaders in business or educational settings. I only wish I had read it sooner.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.