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The habit of excellence : why British Army leadership works / Langley Sharp. [electronic resource]

By: Publication details: London : Penguin Books, 2021.Description: 1 online resourceContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780241992197 (ePub ebook) :
Subject(s): Additional physical formats: Print version :: No titleDDC classification:
  • 303.34 23
Online resources: Summary: 'The Habit of Excellence' is a unique insight into British Army leadership, explaining what makes it unique, what makes it so effective, and what civilians can take from it to become better leaders themselves. The official British Army book on what makes its leadership so successful, and how to become a better leader yourself - whatever your field. ___________________'If you want to become a better leader, read this book' Eddie Jones'An extraordinary read for any leader. Truly brilliant' General Stanley McChrystal, author of Team of Teams'Excellent. Offers proven tools and strategies' Matthew Syed___________________ The Habit of Excellence is a unique insight into British Army leadership, explaining what makes it unique, what makes it so effective and what civilians can take from it to become better leaders themselves. Drawing on the latest research in military history, business, sociology, psychology and behavioural science, and with compelling illustration from British Army operations across the centuries, Lt Col Langley Sharp MBE goes beyond the latest leadership fads to distil into one peerlessly authoritative work the essence of leading and leadership from one of the world's most revered institutions.___________________'Excellent. It's hard to see how any leader, whatever their field, wouldn't benefit from reading and rereading it' New Statesman 'Offers lessons for all managers' Financial Times 'Valuable in any walk of life' General Sir Mike Jackson, former Chief of the General Staff 'Very readable. I could not recommend this exceptional book more' General The Lord David Richards, former Chief of the Defence Staff 'Comprehensive and clearly written' Karin von Hippel, Director-General of RUSI 'Terrific. Full of insights and lessons' General David Petraeus, former Director of the CIA
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'The Habit of Excellence' is a unique insight into British Army leadership, explaining what makes it unique, what makes it so effective, and what civilians can take from it to become better leaders themselves. The official British Army book on what makes its leadership so successful, and how to become a better leader yourself - whatever your field. ___________________'If you want to become a better leader, read this book' Eddie Jones'An extraordinary read for any leader. Truly brilliant' General Stanley McChrystal, author of Team of Teams'Excellent. Offers proven tools and strategies' Matthew Syed___________________ The Habit of Excellence is a unique insight into British Army leadership, explaining what makes it unique, what makes it so effective and what civilians can take from it to become better leaders themselves. Drawing on the latest research in military history, business, sociology, psychology and behavioural science, and with compelling illustration from British Army operations across the centuries, Lt Col Langley Sharp MBE goes beyond the latest leadership fads to distil into one peerlessly authoritative work the essence of leading and leadership from one of the world's most revered institutions.___________________'Excellent. It's hard to see how any leader, whatever their field, wouldn't benefit from reading and rereading it' New Statesman 'Offers lessons for all managers' Financial Times 'Valuable in any walk of life' General Sir Mike Jackson, former Chief of the General Staff 'Very readable. I could not recommend this exceptional book more' General The Lord David Richards, former Chief of the Defence Staff 'Comprehensive and clearly written' Karin von Hippel, Director-General of RUSI 'Terrific. Full of insights and lessons' General David Petraeus, former Director of the CIA

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