The Motive: Why So Many Leaders Abdicate Their Most Important Responsibilities (J-B Lencioni Series)
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All across the USA, people are showing up dead. The deaths don't appear to be connected in any way until one particular death occurs and gets the Secretary of Defense's attention. He arranges for a task force to investigate. Do you complain about your own meetings being boring or ineffective, and do you long for the end of them? In this New York Times #1 bestselling author, Rachel seeks to send a wake-up call to the women currently defining themselves through the lens established by other individuals, instead of how they wish to define themselves.
This may be Pat’s best work of fiction yet. His characters are human, and the plot twists and turns kept surprising me. And of course, the lesson about our motives is critical for anyone who leads or wants to lead.” — Elizabeth BryantChief Learning Officer Southwest Airlines The best athletes in the world pay people a lot of money to coach them. Why in the world would you think the head of marketing or sales doesn’t need coaching?
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In so many organizations, the people responsible for making meetings more effective and less boring, often complain about them the most. Jonathan Kellerman’s psychology skills and dark imagination are a potent literary mix.” —Los Angeles Times
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