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Versatile leaders optimize organizations with positive changes - persistence, realism, and transparency.
No one is immune to these rocky economic times. Innovative businesspeople all over the country are adapting their organizational structures to survive, profit, and compete in today's unreliable market. The practical and relevant advice in Transformational Leadership: A Blueprint for Real Organizational Change by Randy Dobbs can be applied to major corporations and small businesses alike, as well as to nonprofits, universities, hospitals, and other institutions.
Transformational Leadership differs from often dry and notoriously boring business books. In it, Dobbs provides a step-by-step guide to improving the internal structure of any organization. Effective and common sense how-to advice is supported with concrete examples of the principles at work. His leadership insights will help sharpen the skills of beginning entrepreneurs, as well as veteran moguls.
His 25 years in leadership positions and extensive CEO experience at three companies makes Randy Dobbs a true leadership expert. As CEO of GE Capital, IT Solutions, he was awarded General Electric's Turnaround Business of the Year Award. Now the secrets of a successful executive are compiled into a practical guide for all types of leaders.
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- Jay Ehret
More a memoir than a blueprint.
I stopped halfway through the audible version of this disjointed walk through Mr. Hobbs’ Memory Lane. I figured halfway through and there’s no blueprint, there’s probably not going to be one.
The book starts off great with the introduction in which Mr. Hobbs gives us the five principles of transformational leadership. I can’t remember what they are because they are not addressed again in the first half of the book.
Instead you listen/read while Hobbs nostalgically reminisces about his career with sage advice like “be a good communicator.”
I’m sure Mr Hobbs is a great leader, but this book doesn’t reflect that other than it features Hobbs quoting letters he had his former employees write affirming the fact that indeed, Hobbs is a great leader. But the content of the book is just not there.
I did pick up a couple of ideas and a few reminders, but this was definitely not a blueprint.