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Max on leaderhip
"Looking for a leadership book that makes a difference? You've found it here. Do yourself and your team a favor and read this book." - Aaron Skonnard, President/CEO Pluralsight "Reading Leadership Vertigo by Max Brown and Tanveer Naseer is like investing a few hours in intimate collaboration with some of the finest thinkers in business, whose ideas have been linked together, efficiently focused, and brilliantly augmented, and then presented by two deep thinking and broadly experienced observers. The return for making such and investment will find immediate application, plus long-term benefits well exceeding reasonable expectations. This book is a valuable addition to one’s bookshelf both as a proximate tutorial and a reminding reference." - Clark A Campbell PhD, CEO OPPM International "Community, competence, credibility, and compassion are absolutely essential to great leadership. Thank you so much for writing this book, Max and Tanveer!" - Chade-Meng Tan, Jolly Good Fellow of Google and NYT Bestselling author of Search Inside Yourself “Gratitude is vital for the health and well-being of organizations, but the workplace is often a gratitude-free zone populated by workers and supervisors suffering from “gratitude deficit disorder.” Brown and Naseer compellingly and humanely demonstrate the potential power of gratitude and related qualities like compassion and humility in building “leadership landmarks”—those qualities that are foundational for effective leadership. Their insights address the important yet often overlooked knowledge-to-performance gap that we all struggle with in trying to translate what we know we should do into what we actually do. Much more than another recipe for successful leadership, the book’s central focus is about leading a better life—and how to regain our balance when we stumble.” - Robert A Emmons, Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of POsitive Psychology “Leadership Vertigo offers practical and effective tools for avoiding self-deception and empowering those we seek to lead. By internalizing Naseer & Brown’s four “C”s of leadership – Community, Competence, Credibility, and Compassion, leaders can work to develop an adaptive leadership approach for the increasingly demanding modern age.” - Douglas R. Conant, Chairmon, Avon Products; Chairman, Kellogg Executive Leadership Institute; Found & CEO, ConantLeadership; Former CEO, Campbell Soup Company “Whether you are a seasoned executive, an aspiring leader-to-be or a recent college student -- Leadership Vertigo provides ‘real-life’ examples of meaningful leadership principles that are applicable on a global basis. Simply put: Max and Tanveer have authored a must read by reinforcing the importance of EVERY LEADER earning the right to lead EVERYDAY!” - A. Mark Gutherie (retired), Manager - Gloabl Employee Relations General Electric Company “Whether you manage tens of thousands of people or just a few “Leadership Vertigo” is a must read! S. Max Brown and Tanveer Naseer have written a great book on leadership that contains useful information that is actionable. I like to think of the 4 “Cs” in Community, Competence, Credibility and Compassion as a four leaf clover with all the leaves facing inwards towards those we lead and with all the benefits that come from leaders who are “firmly grounded”!” - Peter Hart, CEO Rideau Recognition