Praise for the Books!
Most of us learn to be leaders by an unstructured, trial and error process. If we are fortunate, we may have a mentor or two along the way to help us develop leadership skills. What this book does is present a road map and structure for both individuals and teams to be successful in an increasingly complex and fast-paced world. The book, in addition to teaching effective skills, also teaches attributes that will help leaders be ethical, kind, and caring human beings—which the world needs right now. The authors should be congratulated for putting together such a helpful guidebook that reflects first-rate psychological and educational research and decades of experience understanding and teaching leadership.
Dean L. Winslow, MD, FACP, FIDSA, FPIDS, Professor of Medicine
Division of Hospital Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine