In The Leader Who Had No Title, you will learn: How to work with and influence people like a superstar, regardless of your position A method to recognize. “The Leader Who Had No Title is a game-changing book; read it and get CHAPTER 4 The First Leadership Conversation: You Need No Title to Be a Leader. PDF | Book Review The leader who had no title: A modern fable on real success in business and in life, by Robin Sharma, New York: Simon.
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Powerpoint Templates Page 1 'The Leader Who Had No Title' A brief overview of Robin Shar THE LEAD WITHOUT A TITLE MANIFESTO - Robin Sharma. OCTOBER 13, BOOK REVIEW: THE LEADER WHO HAD NO TITLE LEADERSHIP SKILLS MBA RAFFLES UNIVERSITY ISKANDAR SITI NURAZIAH . A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in. Robin Sharma is one of the world's most highly respected leadership experts. To read his popular blog and download a free audio program on Leading Without a Title, visit lesforgesdessalles.info today.
Your First Name. See More Categories. The story telling continues with Blake meeting more mentors to explain in depth this second principle. Sharma starts with his fictional character Blake Davis and went on to outline his life in detail. They have been embraced by rock stars, royalty, and many celebrity CEOs. T — Leader without title The first acronym that was introduced in this book.
Siti Nuraziah. He has since published 11 more books on leadership and founded the leadership training firm Sharma Leadership International in When I started reading his book, the first thing I noticed was the simple language he has used throughout the book. His use of language was easy to read and comprehend and the book was easily divided into chapters that explained each theory completely before moving on to the next theory.
There are so many valuable ideas that can be garnered from this book that I do not know where to start.
Sharma starts with his fictional character Blake Davis and went on to outline his life in detail. During his struggles, he then meets Tommy that soon became his mentor and started to impart valuable ideas on leadership and slowly changed his life.
Tommy introduced LWT, Leader With No Title to Blake and thus began the journey filled with acronyms, short forms; meant for easy recall and remembrance. And Tommy introduces 3 more mentors to Blake and each mentor has an acronym about leadership. As I was reading the book, the concepts that were being laid out was similar to the teachings of Islam.
For this book review, I would like to draw some parallels to the teachings in Islam. A Caliph is a leader and Islam teaches us to be a Caliph every day, every minute, every second in our life journey L.
T — Leader without title The first acronym that was introduced in this book. It explains that there are those individuals that are leaders not because of a position in a company or a title that he or she is born with; rather a leader can emerge from just a plain Jane. In this beginning chapter, Blake is made to realize that anyone can have and use leadership traits without waiting for a title or position in a company. In this first chapters, Tommy talks about the motivating factor in a leader is not necessarily about money, it is the satisfaction of doing a job well consistently.
Tommy also talks about doing the best daily, every time which is essential to embark on a leadership journey. The basic teachings are introduced in this chapter. Tommy also talks about the ease of becoming a leader in the workplace.
Simple and each trait is important to fuel the leadership spirit. And these are the same traits that is taught to me in Islam. Islam teaches all its disciples the importance of innovation; our actions today has to be better than yesterday.
For an illiterate, Prophet Muhammad was innovative and visionary with his actions and results. The Prophet was able to spread the teachings of Islam into Europe and Asia all through using his innovative methods. The Prophet was a master in Islam, he memorized and could recite the Quran at all times. The Prophet was authentic, he only speaks the truth and there is no one more authentic that the Prophet himself. The Prophet was able to unite the warring tribes in Makkah by using his guts and ethics; and governed Arab in harmony amongst Muslims, Jews and Christians.
Through his teachings, the Prophet also built future leaders who were able to continue his legacy until today. They are the 4 Caliphs who ruled the Islam Empire with justice and fairness and brought about economic and social success.
In my career, I have seen individuals who have led without titles, inspiring colleagues and staff by being having some if not all the traits in this principle.
Turbulent Times Build Great Leaders In this chapter, Sharma proceeds to give more insightful principles for leadership. The story telling continues with Blake meeting more mentors to explain in depth this second principle.
Life is filled with challenges and success; issues and solutions; and ups and downs. Speak with candour, is the first rule a leader has to observe.
This is an important trait as a leader has to be truthful and speak the truth at all times. The Prophet would only speak the truth or else he would remain silent, that is how a leader must act at all times. To speak the truth and not be afraid to do so with quiet conviction.
The second rule that Sharma has shared is Prioritize. A leader must be able to prioritize his actions. Sharma shared a simple example in his book, Michelangelo when he sculpts he would chisel away all the unwanted stone pieces until he creates his masterpiece. This is how exactly a leader must act during turbulent times, to focus and keep on prioritizing and doing the things that important and that will bring results rather than making loud actions that will not be fruitful;.
Sharma spoke about moving away from chaotic complexity to elegant simplicity; and this can be done through focus, focus and focus. This rule breeds the third rule that is Adversity breeds opportunity.
Every storm has a silver lining after and this is what a leader has to always remember and focus on. Sharma is also the co-Founder of vets.
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