The Map

The Map

The Map

The Map



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Great leadership isn't about winning. It's not about pleasing people, and it's certainly not about titles. Great leadership is about making the contribution only you can make for your family and friends, your community or organization, your country or the world. But having that influence requires us to "grow into-and take ownership of-who we are and what we stand for." The journey isn't automatic. Leadership maturity isn't the natural byproduct of aging. It requires wisdom, courage and effort. Too many people find themselves stuck under the weight of their circumstances, so they don't realize their potential. Based in decades of research on adult development, The Map explains how we can take control of our growth and accelerate progress in leadership, life, and legacy.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156894499
Publisher: Baxter Press
Publication date: 07/01/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 627,795
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

For the past twenty-five years, Dr. Keith Eigel has been focused on growing leaders across corporate, nonprofit, ministry, family, and educational settings. He cofounded and heads up the team at The Leaders Lyceum, an organization dedicated to facilitating the growth of executive and next generation leaders. Keith received his Masters and Doctorate in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at the University of Georgia. He and his wife Leigh headquarter their varying influence with their four children from their Atlanta, Georgia home.

Dr. Karl Kuhnert has dedicated his entire adult life to understanding great leadership. On the faculty at the University of Georgia since 1987, he chaired the Industrial/Organizational Psychology Program for eight years and has been recognized as the Undergraduate Teacher of the Year four times. Karl received his Doctorate from Kansas State University, but still has a special place in his heart for Penn State where on scholarship he played football and learned the values of education and resoluteness. Karl and his wife Gay live with their two daughters in Athens, Georgia.
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