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Imagine the chance to sit down with 30 of the world's best-known and best-respected leaders as they share their secrets to success. That's Master Leaders - the most valuable leadership book of the decade. Based on personal interviews and never-before-published conversations with "the greats" (including Colleen Barrett, Ken Blanchard, Ben Carson, Tony Dungy, Newt Gingrich, Seth Godin, Patrick Lencioni, and many others), Master Leaders offers 16 key distinctives that you need to know in order to be a successful leader. Co-authored by George Barna (Revolution) and Bill Dallas (Lessons from San Quentin), and created in partnership with the Church Communications Network, Master Leaders contains top-of-the-line insider information on leading wisely and well...from the people who know.

©2009 George Barna (P)2009 christianaudio.com

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  • David
  • Maroochydore, MI, United States
  • 08-25-10

Great Concept

I was really impressed with the way Barna has presented this book as a story. The content is brilliant. So many great nuggets of wisdom and leadership principles. Highly recommended. You'll listen to it over and over

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  • Ron
  • Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
  • 05-22-10

A Religious Campaign in Disguise

I think religion has a place in everyone's life but not in a book that suggests it is about the personal strategies of Master Leaders. The religious references are so frequent and so lengthy, rarely have anything to do with the content. I am happy the author has embraced his religion so firmly but I am sad it derailed the content of this book.

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