The 60 Second Leader: Everything You Need to Know About Leadership, in 60 Second Bites

  • 2h 15m
  • Phil Dourado
  • John Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • 2007

Why do you need this book? There are too many leadership books, too many leadership theories, too many leadership courses, and no time to filter out the good from the bad from the just plain boring. Whether you are the CEO of a public company or the head of your own little empire of one, you don’t have time to wade through all the leadership information. You need a high impact, time saving guide to the essentials.

The 60 Second Leader does the research and the filtering for you. It distils thirty essential elements of leadership into 60 second bites, interlaced with thirty tales to help bring the learning to life. You’re too busy to read everything you need to read on leadership. So don’t. Let The 60 Second Leader be your short-cut guide.

About the Author

Phil Dourado is a leadership consultant, speaker, author and journalist. His specialist area is helping large companies develop a global community of leaders who learn from each other online. He has written for a number of national newspapers and magazines, including The Telegraph, The Independent, GQ, The Observer and The Business. He edited two business-to-business journals before spending five years researching and defining great leadership practice as a director of the Inspired Leaders Network. This, his second book on leadership, grew out of research into distilling the essence of leadership for the 60 Second Leader online development system. It follows the same principle of bite-size nuggets that can be digested quickly by busy leaders and put into action immediately to improve their leadership performance. Phil has an MA in history from Cambridge University.

In this Book

  • Who This Book is For
  • Introduction—The 60 Second PHD in Leadership
  • Failure
  • Intuition
  • Decisions
  • Connection
  • Luck
  • Optimism
  • Strategy
  • Competition
  • Action
  • Execution
  • Management
  • Change
  • Questions
  • Attention
  • Stories
  • Motivation
  • Engagement
  • Targets
  • Innovation
  • Culture
  • Leading From the Middle
  • Customers
  • Frontline Leadership (1)
  • Frontline Leadership (2)
  • Ego
  • Humility
  • Fear
  • Love
  • Presence
  • Legacy
  • Where Next?