Practice Greatness is packed with practical insights, humorous anecdotes, and a special chapter about arguing better. It will appeal to managers, consultants, and anyone who enjoys reading Good to Great after watching reruns of Seinfeld or West Wing.
Leading When You’re Ticked Off is a collection of essays written over a decade. It is about how leaders develop, sometimes through luck and accident, but frequently as a result of deliberate practice. You’ll learn why cynicism makes it harder to grow, and how emotional intelligence isn’t a side dish you can dabble in when it strikes your fancy.