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Who Cares Wins Book

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‘Who Cares Wins’ is a manual for the thoughtful modern leader, and a guidebook for those who want to encourage, enable, and empower leaders at every level. Providing insight into the challenges in enabling individuals and organisations to flourish and guidance on how to achieve this.

Co-authored by Doug Strycharczyk and Professor John Perry along with a host of prestigious contributors  (Mark Buttanshaw, Ronald Duren Jr, Rebecca Herbert, Katarzyna Kloskowska-Kustosz, Bob Larcher, Jo Owen, Gaj Ravichandra, Andy Riise, Andrew Stotter-Brooks, Zoe Sweet, Karen Walker, John Mark Williams, Lucy Williams) who have shared their knowledge, experiences and expertise in addressing the challenges of 21st Century leadership.

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This book addresses a challenge which is becoming increasingly important in the 21st Century – how to be the best leader you can be in today’s changing organisational landscape.

Society is changing and leadership has to change too. The new ethos is moving beyond tell and sell, to involve and engage the employees of the future. ‘Who Cares Wins’ is a manual for the thoughtful leader, and a guidebook for those who want to encourage, enable, and empower leaders at every level. Providing insight into the challenges and guidance on how to face them to enable individuals and organisations to flourish.

 

‘Who Cares Wins’ is an inspirational read for those looking to enhance their own and others performance. We can possess characteristics of kindness and care, whilst still being a fierce competitor. We often associate winning in sporting context, and some of the most remarkable and admired sportspeople show care for others on and off the field. This also holds true for organisation leaders.’

Rory Henrikz, Vice President, Hult EF Corporate Education

 

‘If you want to read a brilliant book that uncovers what it takes to be a successful leader, Who Cares Wins is the one. It’s a must read for every aspiring or seasoned leader’

Steve Brierley MA, CEC, PCC, Better Human Group Inc. Canada

‘A book about the psychology of leadership that strips leadership from fancy models, adjectives and advice and looks at its true essence, at its core without distractions. It’s a systemic approach to leadership looking at the leader, the follower and the context that provides an in-depth view of what happens behind the scenes of leader- ship examining human elements of compassion, mental toughness and vulnerability. A much-needed deep lens that has been missing from the leadership literature.’

Dr. Maria Katsarou-Makin, CPsychol, The Leadership Psychology Institute

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