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The need for and demands on leadership have changed radically in the past few years. To be a dynamic and effective leader of a 21st-century organization or corporation requires an entirely different strategy and set of skills than it did just five or ten years ago. In fact, much of the best advice and examples from even the last decade no longer apply.

This audiobook looks at fundamental ways to become and remain the most effective leader possible, given the current institutional and corporate landscape. It hopes to ensure that we have inspiring and visionary leaders at the heads of our organizations, divisions, and institutions. I believe that, through exploring and then enhancing the qualities encompassed by the new-school leadership model that I outline in these pages, my listeners will feel empowered to do what is needed to lead success in their enterprise with passion, purpose, and top productivity.

©2014 David A. (D.A.) Abrams (P)2014 David A. (D.A.) Abrams

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Leadership


My pastor recommended this book to me because of some voluntary duties I had recently taken on at church. While listening the book, I could understand how leaders are everywhere even if they are not bestowed with an official title.

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loved this

Excellent book for self development, really liked the presentation, it's always enjoyable to listen to D. A. Abrams

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Leadership

On time delivery. Great physical condition, just as the seller said. It is a great listen. What every citizen should listen , and internalize. It’s your country. It’s your leadership.

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Amazingly Narrated

The book is organized in three main sections: Ambition and the Recognition of Leadership, Adversity and Growth, and The Leader and the Times. Within each of these sections we learn how Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson led our country. Each of these men experienced events that disrupted their lives but they emerged in better shape to deal with many serious challenges. They also shared a fierce ambition and resilience that enabled them to overcome their unique hardships

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Great book


As the author explains, Abraham Lincoln believed that listening history would kindle the understanding of what this country is about.

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Amazingly great

It is exquisitely written. The lessons in leadership are very interesting. Beautifully done! Love this book

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Great Book


Great book and excellent information! Breaks down certain responsibilities in a great way! Love this book.

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Great

It is a great gift to both successfull veterans and aspiring leaders. Students and the nation are better off for this work.

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Great book


In this book, the most effective force in educational reform today, continues his efforts to promote excellence in schools. Here, he and his colleagues turn their attention to defining school leadership behaviors and actions that raise student achievement.

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Great

This is a great book. Excellent information and helpful guide The book is in excellent condition!

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  • 12-07-19

It really helpful

This was a great book, recommended by my priest at a time that I really needed it. the relationship that I was trying to save was too far gone, but this still helped a lot for me to see my own faults in communication and relationships, and how to address them.

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  • Emily L Foster
  • 12-07-19

A great way


This is a pretty gentle way to bring up and work through a very hard subject. Listen it for yourself first. Change yourself before trying to change somebody else.

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  • Isabel L Miller
  • 12-07-19

Recommended

This book was recommended to me by a fellow who was seriously self-deceptive. He and I have since recommended it to many others.

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  • James I Martin
  • 12-06-19

informative

As someone who doesn’t work in the school system (I work in tech), I did not think this book would help me at all in my career

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  • Muhammad M Doyle
  • 12-06-19

better understanding

I bought this book wanting a better understanding of the current school system and more importantly how to improve it. It turns out, this book taught me much more.

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  • Dolores I Baker
  • 12-06-19

Excellent

I recommend NSR to anyone who knows in their heart there are better ways to teach students and are looking for talking points to help initiate change in their own school district.

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  • Thomas E Cooper
  • 12-06-19

very well

This book spells out ways to better accommodate a wider variety of students including those like my child, and the "rules" were easily understood, even by non-educators like myself.

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  • Luke E May
  • 12-06-19

important guide

The NEW School Rules is an important guide for educational leaders at all levels in leading innovative change in their schools and schools systems. In order to prepare our students to succeed in a constantly evolving world, school systems must proactively and responsively adapt

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  • Matilda K Manning
  • 12-06-19

Excellent book

The New School Rules is a practical roadmap to remind all of us that change is a natural process that involves failure and encourages school leaders to model learning.

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  • louise a gibbons
  • 12-06-19

helpful

D. A. Abrams anyone can immediately put into practice. This book is worth every penny!!!