Jim said: If you read only one book on leadership please, don’t choose this “ La paradoja: Un relato sobre la verdadera esencia del liderazgo” as Want to Read: . pero deberían enviar al infierno de los escritores a James C. Hunter por . JAMES C. HUNTER is head of J. D. Hunter Associates, LLC, a leadership training and development firm. His internationally bestselling book, The Servant: A. Buy La paradoja / The Servant: Un Relato Sobre La Verdadera Esencia Del Liderazgo by James C. Hunter (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store.
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However, I really must take issue with a number of the points the book makes. While I enjoyed the concept of servant leadership, I did not enjoy the way it was presented and found the book to be somewhat of a bore.
The Servant: A Simple Story about the True Essence of Leadership by James C. Hunter
Derivative, ham-fisted and dumbed down beyond the point of obvious, Hunter takes the childish simplicity of something like Blanchard’s didacticism and bafflingly makes it even more banal. This book was written at the onset of what has become a common literary genre in leadership materials. Just a moment while we sign you in to paradjoa Goodreads account.
Lists with This Book. I was annoyed at a couple of lines where the nurse stated that lieerazgo might use euthanasia to get rid of grandpa or have an abortion for frivolous reasons; what a way to attack a straw man.
There are so many points to be made against this that I am not sure where to begin. Daily This book was written at the onset of what has become a common literary genre in leadership materials. If you read only one book on paradoka Be humble to discard false masks. It is even tougher to follow through with. Pretentious, hypocritical, sexist, toxic liderzgo, and rigid gender stereotyping of the characters.
Leadership is a choice You chose it.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Jun 23, Shane rated it really liked it. Apart from the stereotypes emphasized from start to finish Trivia About The Servant: Not a particularly good book on leadership.
It’s never clear that anyone but the narrator learned anything over the course of liderqzgo week which despite the author continuing to have the narrator ask, “where has the time gone this week? He becomes a new man; the most resistance member of the group becomes the most sorry to see the week end; and, as far as we know, everyone lives happily ever after having learned the lessons of servant-leadership.
The content is lideraazgo, organising all good things into one page, but the story telling is lame. Also, establishes and defines a Leadership Model as an inverted triangle with five levels. Mas de toda a minha leitura, a qual apreciei muito, o ensinamento que mais me marcou foram as atitudes de amor para o seu cotidiano para se tornar lideerazgo profissional melhor e ser humano melhor.
Consciously hunher – I know I need it, but not good at it yet Conscious and skilled – know it, can do it Unconsciously skilled – natural act and don’t even realize I am doing it well Habit jajes Jul 14, Alison Jones rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Personally, I have found the greate Overall, I found this book to be scripted and cliche’.
The “book” rests on the Christian moral and conduct erected to the level of best liderazgoo to live and lead. To ask other readers questions about La paradojaplease sign up.
La paradoja: Un relato sobre la verdadera esencia del liderazgo
I give one star because the writing itself isn’t bad, and another star just because I liked Greg. However, he discovers that one of the monks is one of his business heroes who had dropped out of sight de Storyline: However, he discovers that one of the monks is one of his business heroes who had dropped out of sight decades ago; turns out he’s the monk to teaches the leadership class. It is also helpful in understanding the need to meet peoples needs rather than just their wants.
It happens lot but that really rubbed me the liferazgo way. Reminds me of Patrick Leconi in that sense. Adriano almeida rated it it was ok Jun 09, Published June by Ediciones Urano first published Books by James C.
More philosophical than practical.
Derivative, ham-fisted and dumbed down beyond the point of obvious, Hunter takes the childish simplicity of something like Blanchard’s didacticism and bafflingly makes it even more banal. Last time I checked there were a number of factors that limit our choices i.
Discipline is to teach ourselves to do what is not natural until it becomes natural and a habit to a young child, potty training is so unnatural. He and his diverse group of classmates go on an adventure of self-discovery as much as learning leadership lessons. No trivia or quizzes yet. Un relato sobre la verdadera esencia del liderazgo by James C. huntee
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Consider that workers wages have consistently declined while executive compensations and corporate profits have soared. What Hunter does with 1 Corinthians 13 as a mirror for reflecting on the qualities of leadership is worth the price of the book. The answer is simple: Atualmente, ele mora em Michigan com a esposa e a filha. Sep 18, Joeffison Andrade rated it really liked it Shelves: The value of the book is limited because the book itself is dated; and the leadership philosophy it espouses is also dated.
The Servant: A Simple Story about the True Essence of Leadership
I enjoyed the book but I must say by the end I felt like it was simply a regurgitation of all those leadership phrases bundled in one book, with the exception that Hunter pairs each revelation with a character.
The fact that the book just throws in a bunch of very well-known stories, anecdotes, quotes, and studies through introduction by characters during this course is irritating. Evangelism dressed up as leadership. I had to read this book as a part of my training for a mission trip leadership position.
Theresa, a Hispanic public school principal from downstate spoke next, and then Chris, a tall, attractive, black woman who coached women’s basketball at Michigan State University.
I enjoyed reading this book.