“Mike Myatt’s Hacking Leadership could well be the leadership book for our time, secrets of great leaders when you read Mike Myatt’s Hacking Leadership!”. By: Mike Myatt Hacking Leadership is Mike Myatt’s latest leadership book written for leaders at every level. Leadership isn’t broken, but how it’s currently. In this week’s Labcast, leadership advisor and author Mike Myatt shares powerful tips for hacking leadership gaps and giving your company the.
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Videos About This Book. He told about a quote hanging hackong his office that I, myself had read and discarded as defeating. Hacking the Mediocrity Gap — Leadership exists to disrupt mediocrity. Some of those corporate clients include: Hacking the Expectation Gap — The author says this is the shortest chapter in the book but the most important.
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We hear the term “gap” used frequently in business today. Open Preview See a Problem? Between those words are gaps within gaps that need to be closed to be a successful, trusted, and productive leader. The bulk of thebook is based on actionable, topical leadership and managementhacks to bridge eleven gaps every business needs to cross in orderto create a culture of leadership: From this starting point, Hacking Leadership then guides executives through each of the 11 gaps.
Hacking is such a negative word. Steven Hatch rated it really liked it Apr 15, Showcases case studies from the author’s consultingpractice, serving as a confidant with more than public companyCEOs. Umakant Jani rated it it was amazing Dec 25, The purpose of Hacking Leadership is toequip leaders at every level with an actionable framework toidentify blind spots and close leadership gaps.
The only boarders to leadership are those which are self-imposed. Many seem to be praising this book, so perhaps I should offer some negativity.
The term “hacking” is used erroneously, as though Myatt possesses some deep zen-like perception of business that he has ciphered out and Hacking Leadership: This book shows what hcking gabs every business needs to close quickly to be more productive in todays corporate culture.
Turn gaps into opportunities.
It distracted me immediately. Here are the gaps, see if any of these sound familiar to you: Mike Myatt has aptly used the leadetship in the subtitle to his newest book, “Hacking Leadership”.
Reward for right behavior, not punished for them. What some call theories, I call assumptions. Traever rated it really liked it Jun 01, The value is proven when ideas are executed.
Mar 15, Jjudyfl rated it liked it. Mtatt many good nuggets of wisdom. Chapter 8 lists the 6 step process to obtaining value from ideas. Hacking the Future Gap — To hack the future, you must have clear perspective on the past; must understand how to navigate the present.
Dec 31, Becky Robinson rated it it was amazing. Very relevant to leadership in church as well as business! I love Myatt’s view that leadership is about those we lead — it is not about us. The only reason I decided to finish this book was that he isn’t specifically wrong in his advice, but he doesn’t need to take pages to give it.
He has worked directly with more than public company CEOs and his representative corporate clients include: Gaps exist in every organization.
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Not all business situations and problems can be easily boxed up with a quickie label on them. Return to Book Page. I could not agree more that churches have gaps in them and these gaps, if they go untouched, keep the church from fulfilling why God placed the church here. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
If you buy in a little or buy in a lot, all of the ideas can be used on their own or as a whole. His theories and practices have been taught at many of the nation’s top business schools, and his work has been noted in several publications including: