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Leading With Kindness: How Good People Consistently Get Superior Results By William F. Baker, Ph.D. and Michael O’Malley, Ph.D.

“By now, many leaders have realized that when it comes to business, nice guys often finish first. Old-fashioned images of corporate callousness and greed have been replaced by a gentler, more human conception of great leadership. But how does one define “kindness” in the context of business? And what is the best way to “use”this deceptively complex notion as a guiding principle to lead an organization successfully into the future? Far from presenting a naive idea of kindness, this eye-opening book identifies the surprising attributes successful “kind” leaders share. This realistic book shows leaders how they can use sincerity, honesty, and respect for the good of their organization……  For more follow this link

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  1. Joseph Carbone says:

    Is not good just the lack of not being bad. Or is it entirely based on the perception of good. Has whoever wrote the article actually researched the good verses bad evil money hungry corporate pirates that run these multi national conglomerates. Why is it that most equate wealth with greed. If the poor working man was better educated or God forbid a more frugal buisness man maybe they too would be a good person to work for or with.

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