“Mike Myatt’s Hacking Leadership could well be the leadership book for our time, secrets of great leaders when you read Mike Myatt’s Hacking Leadership!”. By: Mike Myatt Hacking Leadership is Mike Myatt’s latest leadership book written for leaders at every level. Leadership isn’t broken, but how it’s currently. In this week’s Labcast, leadership advisor and author Mike Myatt shares powerful tips for hacking leadership gaps and giving your company the.
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He told about a quote hanging in his office that I, myself had read and discarded as defeating. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Here are a few: Find it in Chapter 8 Hacking the Innovation Gap.
Great companies thrive in the absence of complexity. They are curious, inquisitive, with insatiable appetites for learning. The purpose of hacling is to unlock the potential of others so they can shine and unlock the potential of countless more.
I could summarize the useful bits of this in less than words, but if Myatt isn’t willing to do this, why should I?
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The bulk of thebook is based on actionable, topical leadership and managementhacks to bridge eleven gaps every business needs to cross in orderto create a culture of leadership: Refresh and try again. Mike suggests simplifying every process, initiative, and offering. It distracted me immediately. The best leaders, according to Myatt, have the ability to check their egos and elevate their level imke self-awareness.
Myatt also frequently lectures and keynotes on topics of leadership and innovation. His theories and practices have been taught at many of the nation’s top business schools, and his work has been noted in several publications including: Leadership is improvement, inspiring positive change, and challenging conventional thinking. Hacking the Culture Gap — Diversity is finding people who share your vision, but bring a different set of relevant professional and life experiences to mtatt organization.
The bulk of thebook is based on Hacking Leadership is Mike Myatt’s latest leadershipbook written for leaders at every level. Feb 13, Alejandro Winiker rated it liked it. Leadership isn’t broken, but how it’s currently being practiced certainly is. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Hacking Leadership is Mike Myatt’s latest leadershipbook written for leaders at every level. Turn gaps into opportunities. Apr 30, Frank rated it liked it Shelves: Some of those corporate clients include: Goodreads helps you keep track of books lexdership want to read. Myatt has been married for nearly three decades with two married children and three grandchildren.
Dec 12, Martha rated it really liked it. Chris Holmes rated it it was amazing May 07, If you want to grow as a leader, I suggest you add this title to your library. Hacking the Mediocrity Gap — Leadership exists to disrupt mediocrity.
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If anything, this book only makes me think less of Forbes for having him as a columnist. Traever rated it really liked it Jun 01, Hacking the Expectation Gap — The author says this is the shortest chapter in the book but the most important.
We hear the term “gap” used frequently in business today. The user Jason Luu made most points for me in his review from April 11, This book shows what 11 gabs every business needs to close quickly to be more productive in todays corporate culture.
Apr 18, Joseph Schoolland rated it it was amazing. I could not agree more that churches have gaps in them and these gaps, if they go untouched, keep the church from fulfilling why God placed the church here. Videos About This Book. Hacking Leadership offers a fresh perspective thatmakes it easy for leaders to create a roadmap to identify, refine, develop, and achieve their leadership potential–and to create amore effective business that is financially solvent andprofessionally desirable.
Hacking the Failure Gap — Failure is the best experiential learning tool available. The only boarders to leadership are those which are self-imposed. Leadershiip clearly knows what he is talking about.
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Dec 18, Rebecca Myztt rated it it was amazing. James Cole rated it did not like it Aug 04, Not all business situations and problems can be easily boxed up with a quickie label on them. Some people challenge common leadership practices as a cop out to abdicate. The gaps range from anticipated subjects such as knowledge and talent to less explored areas such as mediocrity and expectation.