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Other Side of the Card: Where Your Authentic Leadership Story Begins

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2006

    A Must Read

    This a a great book on leadership! It's an engaging story of a retiring CEO reflecting on his leadership journey. You won't put it down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 30, 2006


    This book is awesome. This book will profoundly impact your view of leading. Period. It's for everyone who needs to or wants to lead others in this world today. Honestly, I wasn't anxious to read a 'leadership story'-- but this book transcends all that. Three pages in to it, Morrison had me hooked!! The lead character is easy to relate to, the story of his challenges are our challenges. Through out the quick read, Morrison masterfully gives us opportunities to reflect and reframe our unique situations. The six steps create a real world pathway for the journey we must all take to make a difference in our work and personal lives. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this book for LEADERS AT ALL LEVELS and in all walks of life!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2006

    I now have a favorite leadership book

    I had given up on all the flabby musings in the traditional business press ¿ especially in the ¿leadership¿ area. Then along comes Morrison with an ¿always relevant¿ and ¿sometimes emotional¿ story that consistently delivers ¿ page after page. I love this book. You will immediately relate to the characters (they must be real) as they manage the slings and arrows of an accelerating world. The best news however, is that the book is well organized ¿ and the six steps of the me and we paths truly flow with insight and a call to action. I encourage you to read this book ¿ and then prepare to change!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2006

    A true leadership story

    This book was inspiring for me (I read it in two sittings!). I love the characters - they embody a vulnerability that is common in all of us. They also give us hope in our quest to create meaningful change. Embedded in a timeless story are a lot of the simple truths about leading that will resonate with the 'leader' in everyone. Morrison reveals the six steps of leading in a way that allows us to reframe our views about leadership and make them our own. For me, the other side of my business card now represents my true potential. You will love this book!

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