Good People: The Only Leadersh...
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Most CEOs say the same thing: finding good people is difficult, and a matter of luck rather than skill, as being good on paper doesn’t always translate to being good in practice.
In Good People, venture capitalist Anthony Tjan explains the five tensions that make “goodness” so uncommon in business, and features numerous profiles of “good people” who are extraordinary leaders and motivators in their fields, including Dominic Barton, Managing Director of McKinsey & Co and Gary Knell, CEO of National Geographic.
Establishing a new vocabulary for understanding and talking about the meaning of “good,” both in business and beyond, Tjan offers practical advice for advancing the only durable competitive advantage for organizations: a set of values for developing oneself and others.
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