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You Don't Need a Title To Be a Leader: How Anyone, Anywhere, Can Make a Positive Difference

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2007

    Platitudes and pet peeves

    This is one of the worst books I ever read, and the worst management book I ever read. There are anecdotes of Sanborn's pet peeves of bad service from sales employees who won't take initiative. Then there are anecdotes of people who gave up hope for getting paid to do what they were asked, and took on responsibility for no money and yet were able to find true happiness. This book contains every slavedriver empoyer's dream message. Anyone who has shut their door and worked quietly as Sanborn recommends knows that is only part of the job. If no one sees you do it, or likes you while you do it, you haven't done what you need to do to succeed at work. A better selection is 'Pitch Like a Girl' by Ronna Lichtenberg. Ronna's book explains different styles of work - for men and women - and gives concrete help for recognizing, understanding, and adapting to those styles and get results while working on teams with members with different styles.

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