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It's just business, not personal. This has become a mantra for leaders, a call to put stockholders first, manage employees like machines, and protect the organization from it's people. But this way of thinking is driving mediocre results. To become a transformative leader, you need to let go of what you know and unleash the power of human potential. Drawing on experiences It's just business, not personal. This has become a mantra for leaders, a call to put stockholders first, manage employees like machines, and protect the organization from it's people. But this way of thinking is driving mediocre results. To become a transformative leader, you need to let go of what you know and unleash the power of human potential. Drawing on experiences in startups, publicly-traded, and privately-owned companies, Guy Bell presents a new manifesto for business leaders. In Unlearning Leadership, he shows you how to invest in your business ecosystem to make smarter, more sustainable decisions. From going "all in" on human-centric initiatives to dismantling systemic norms to tapping into your whole-body wisdom, Bell lays out a path to remarkable success and transformation. Discover the distinction between being "smart" and being present, where your "heart" will unleash unmet potential. The difference could change not just your business but the world.


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It's just business, not personal. This has become a mantra for leaders, a call to put stockholders first, manage employees like machines, and protect the organization from it's people. But this way of thinking is driving mediocre results. To become a transformative leader, you need to let go of what you know and unleash the power of human potential. Drawing on experiences It's just business, not personal. This has become a mantra for leaders, a call to put stockholders first, manage employees like machines, and protect the organization from it's people. But this way of thinking is driving mediocre results. To become a transformative leader, you need to let go of what you know and unleash the power of human potential. Drawing on experiences in startups, publicly-traded, and privately-owned companies, Guy Bell presents a new manifesto for business leaders. In Unlearning Leadership, he shows you how to invest in your business ecosystem to make smarter, more sustainable decisions. From going "all in" on human-centric initiatives to dismantling systemic norms to tapping into your whole-body wisdom, Bell lays out a path to remarkable success and transformation. Discover the distinction between being "smart" and being present, where your "heart" will unleash unmet potential. The difference could change not just your business but the world.

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    Rachel Carr

    I received this book from a goodreads giveaway. This book started off good but by the end had become very metaphysical and seemed to have lost its purpose or the author's point. Much of it felt like one long stream of consciousness and it would benefit from from editing. At one point the author started using the abbreviation WBW but had not introduced this topic or what he was abbreviating. It took me a while to figure out he was referring to Whole Body Wisdom (I believe, as this was never specif I received this book from a goodreads giveaway. This book started off good but by the end had become very metaphysical and seemed to have lost its purpose or the author's point. Much of it felt like one long stream of consciousness and it would benefit from from editing. At one point the author started using the abbreviation WBW but had not introduced this topic or what he was abbreviating. It took me a while to figure out he was referring to Whole Body Wisdom (I believe, as this was never specifically stated). So parts like that were confusing. I did find a lot of good quotes and motivational sections but there are better leadership books out there. If this is a topic you're interested in - start with those books first.

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