Read the book that many Fortune 500 CEOs wish they have before their “retirement.” Identify your “missing tools” to go from good to great beyond IQ. EQ and Behavior tools alone. (3rd edition)
Many leaders work hard to go from good to great and build Level 5 leadership but have failed. One reason is that some of them, including Fortune 500 CEOs, do not want to take their medicine when the price is low, and the result is fast. In addition, traditional IQ. EQ and Behavior tools alone often have limited power over non-IQ and non-EQ issues.
The author was a physician and had residencies in Internal Medicine and Psychiatry. At clinics, she noticed that many patients went to the hospitals since they could not handle challenges outside. To help her patients find “missing tools” to meet their challenge, she perfected the 6Q Approach she initially invented to recover herself from Traumatic Brain Injury. Many patients recovered quickly with minimum re-occurrence.
Later, while amazed by Level 5 leadership, she also discovered that top MBAs and other institutions build leaders with IQ, EQ and behavior tools alone that have limited power over non-IQ and non-EQ issues and often cannot achieve great results due to “intractable issues.”
What Stops Leaders from Good to Great will first get to the root causes to share with you what can stop leaders on their journey, including those of Humility and Will. Then the book will demonstrate how to strengthen leadership through multiple dimensions at leader, team, culture, and system levels. Because the book aims to build Level 5 leaders who can retain startup DNA and be efficient with the hardest issues, you will read many fascinating stories how Yang identified the “missing tools” and “unexpected” solutions and help CEOs and other executives strengthen leadership rapidly.
Although the book has many topics on CEOs, the book is excellent for all levels of management personnel, including managers, and leaders of tomorrow.
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