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How to be a better leader, confident in your own abilities.

How to be a better leader, confident in your own abilities.

Many people privately fear they are not properly qualified to do the job they have been appointed to - and this fear undermines their capabilities.

Learn how to overcome this problem and become a better, stronger leader. Be able to express your fears and recognise your weaknesses, but also be able to harness your strengths and those of your team to the best effect.

Reviews

I love this book! It is brilliant, timely and in a form that can be easily digested by anyone who wants to understand why authenticity makes a difference. The strategies to cope with Impostor Syndrome will resonate on so many levels and with a broad spectrum of readers. This is an important must-read book for anyone who is ready to take their leadership to the next level

Graham Stuart, CEO, Sealord

Amongst the plethora of books written on leadership, The Impostor Syndrome stands out as providing invaluable insight into the essence and importance of an authentic approach along with a practical 'how-to' toolkit. For those looking to become a highly regarded and effective leader or eager to create an environment where authentic leaders can flourish, this book contains much to recommend it.

Chris Black, Chief Executive, FMG

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Formats & editions

  • Trade Paperback

    9781775535270

    December 6, 2013

    Random House NZ

    160 pages

    RRP $30.00

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  • EBook

    9781775535287

    December 6, 2013

    Random House New Zealand

    160 pages

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