by Kevin Cashman Berrett-Koehler
Book Review by Ian Cook
At the point our body and our senses (eyes, ears, touch, etc.) meet the world lies a crossroads. At this very point we experience a constant, two-way flow from the…
Inside out–how we feel, interpret, process these situations and decide on our response
- Personal mastery
- Purpose mastery
- Interpersonal mastery
- Change mastery
- Resilience mastery
- Being mastery
- Action mastery
- confidence in yourself and your purpose
- strong achievement drive
- ability to learn from your mistakes
- living a balanced lifestyle
- having a close support network
- the willingness to work with what you can control or influence, while accepting what you can’t
The bottom line of recent research–and of this book–is that to achieve a significant degree of mastery as a leader we must attend to mastering ourselves. This book provides a lot for all of us to consider…and then take action upon!
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