The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership: Embracing the Conflicting Demands of Today’s Workplace Hardcover – November 2, 2021 by Tim Elmore

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[240 pages]

PUB: November 02, 2021

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Author: Elmore Tim

Package Dimensions: 0x229x788

Number Of Pages: 240

Release Date: 02-11-2021

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Become a next generation leader—rich in emotional and social intelligence and orchestrating outstanding collaborative results—by mastering these eight status quo-shattering paradoxes.
The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership unpacks the fresh strategies and new mindset required today from a next generation leader.
Author Dr. Tim Elmore helps leaders of all kinds navigate increasingly complex, rapidly changing environments, as well as manage teams who bring a range of new demands and expectations to the workplace that haven’t been seen even one generation prior.
After working alongside John C. Maxwell for twenty years, Tim offers counter-intuitive paradoxes that, when practiced, enable today’s leader to differentiate themselves and better connect with their team and customers. The book furnishes ideas that equip leaders to inspire team members in a way a paycheck never could.
Having trained hundreds of thousands of young professionals to develop into leaders—Dr. Elmore shares the secrets of next generation leaders who have practiced the unique paradoxes outlined in this book and inspired their team members in a way that a paycheck never could.
In The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership, readers will:

Learn how today’s team members require a combination of different qualities from their leaders than they did in even the recent past;
Grasp the importance of eight key paradoxes that are critical for next generation leaders to put into practice right now;
Be inspired by historic and modern-day leaders who lived the eight paradoxes; and
Understand how they too can lead with the eight paradoxes, guiding them to emotional and social intelligence that resonates with their teams and leads to outstanding collaborative results.


‘The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership is an insightful and practical guide for leaders who want to grow their impact and influence and do it in an authentic and effective way. Tim Elmore’s perspective on leadership is grounded in both his own experience from building a dynamic organization as well as closely observing a number of other outstanding leaders. I highly recommend this book.’ –Tim Tassopoulos, President and COO, Chick Fil A — Chick Fil A

”We’re not experiencing an era of change, but a change of era.’ This is one of many powerful statements in this book about leading in a complex age. As you digest this content, your leadership will soar to a new level. God knows we need leaders who are courageous and willing to practice the paradoxes that make them uncommon.’ –Anne Beiler, Founder of Auntie Anne Pretzels, Author, Speaker — Founder of Auntie Anne Pretzels

‘So much has been written about leadership today but often, it simply fails to describe the confusing complexity of what it really takes to lead in ways that uplift others, transform outdated approaches, and guide individuals and entities to thrive. Addressing what’s needed most – particularly all the paradoxes involved in becoming a truly great leader, Tim Elmore’s book examines brand new ground, helping us balance the seemingly contradictory traits leaders need to embody. Tim’s decades of hands-on experience growing leaders — from young adults to highly accomplished C-suite executives — gives him a powerful lens for teaching us how to balance confidence and humility, visibility and invisibility, personal interrelationships with collective connection, teaching while being the student, and finally, timeless integrity with immediacy and relevance. If you want to be a leader who leaves a positive legacy, don’t miss this book.’ –Kathy Caprino, Forbes journalist, Author and Life Coach — Forbes journalist, Author and Life Coach

‘Who would have thought that leadership today requires we balance apparent contradiction? But that’s exactly what Tim Elmore suggests in this insightful book. Balancing humility and confidence; vision and blind spots, high standards and gracious forgiveness. If you’ll apply the pa

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