“Change may be inevitable, but it’s never prudent to rush into anything without considering your resources,” Hoque writes. With much practical advice, point-illustrating sidebars, and real-world examples, Lift urges forward-thinking innovation in health care, education, the public sector, and of course business, arguing that when it comes to issues like sustainability or empathetic leadership good intentions are not enough. The authors offer intriguing tools like the questions to ask “to turn everyone in your company into a futurist” and tips to develop emotional intelligence. Each chapter ends with a section called "Learn and Transform,” which invites readers to examine how the material relates to their own needs and opportunities.
This is an inviting, pragmatic read for anyone looking to take on a leadership and motivational role in a world that is rapidly evolving. Perfect for both entrepreneurs and those just entering the workforce, the tips and personal anecdotes from the authors offer readers an in-depth look at what it takes to continue to keep up with this ever-changing world–and not get left behind.
Takeaway: An inviting, in-depth guide to transformational leadership in a world of continual change.
Great for fans of: Stacey Abrams’s Lead From the Outside, Mark C. Crowley’s Lead from the Heart.
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Marketing copy: A