eBook: It’s Not Always Right to Be Right And Other Hard-Won Leadership Lessons
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Writing in a casual, autobiographical style, Hamish shares the key experiences and hard-won lessons that enabled him to drive significant change when all the right ways of doing things didn’t work. Packed with fascinating true-to-life stories and powerful, often counterintuitive lessons, this invaluable guide:
- Distills a lifetime of business wisdom into a single volume
- Offers honest business and leadership lessons drawn from a long and successful corporate career
- Features learning messages, practical steps, and shareable strategic models and frameworks to help you make a tangible difference where it counts
- Provides strategic models that can be used to frame discussions and drive change in individuals, teams, and entire organizations
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In my opinion, this book should be read by anyone who wishes they could make their work more enjoyable while also being more successful at it. The lessons learned will help you understand how people really think and act so that you can better work with them and get them on your side when necessary.
It takes self-awareness and humility to understand that sometimes being right isn’t what’s best for your company or team. In order for people to learn, grow, and get better at their jobs, they need feedback from others who have different perspectives.
It can be scary giving feedback when you know there will be disagreement but if we all want our companies/teams to improve then it’s important that we are willing to put in the time and effort needed.