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Publisher Description

Among the tests of a leader, few are more challenging and more painful than recovering from a career catastrophe. Most fallen leaders, in fact, don't recover. Still, two decades of consulting experience, scholarly research, and their own personal experiences have convinced the authors that leaders can triumph over tragedy if they do so deliberately. Great business leaders have much in common with the great heroes of universal myth, and they can learn to overcome profound setbacks by thinking in heroic terms.
From the January 2007 issue of Harvard Business Review.

GENRE
Audiobooks
NARRATOR
TM
Todd Mundt
LENGTH
00:36
hr min
RELEASED
2007
January 9
PUBLISHER
Harvard Business School Publishing
PRESENTED BY
Audible.com
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
18.3
MB

Customer Reviews

Down and out, but on the way back ,

This is a great synopsis of a great book

I lost my high level job 18 months ago because of the dishonesty of others. I was scapegoated and smeared and, consequently, I was depressed and hopeless. However, I am now on track to ending up in a better position than the one I lost. The examples and advice in this book are invaluable. I would recommend it to anyone who is in my position and also to anyone that is just interested in reading a good book.

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