Informative, Engaging, Relative
The stories shared by real leaders revealing the moments of their crucibles and triumphs were real to me. Understanding that the best of the best in leadership became so by being true to themselves, aligning their work with their values, and being genuine and in some cases vulnerable with the people they were charged to lead was critical to driving home the premise of this book.
Mark Adams is well spoken, not monotone and engaging as a story teller.
No, this is a book that delivers a message. I did not find myself to be emotionally engaged.
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