The Mindset of Success: Accelerate Your Career from Good Manager to Great Leader

Kogan Page

Narrated by Richard Lyddon

8 hr 47 min

This audiobook is not about changing who you are, but becoming the best version of yourself.

The Mindset of Success provides a clearly structured set of tools to change the way you think, act and perform, pushing you beyond good management to great leadership. After fourteen years of researching leaders around the world, Jo Owen has found that the best and most successful leaders have something more powerful than just skill. They act differently because they think differently. This audiobook will help you unlock your true potential, showing you how to acquire the seven key mindsets that lead to success, whilst making the most of your existing talent and focusing on your natural strengths.

This is the second edition of the best-selling The Mindset of Success and it has been updated with new cutting-edge research, targeted business advice and guidance on how your mindset must change as you move through your career. From spies to sports, education to entrepreneurship, business to beyond, Jo Owen's original research and interviews will show you how outstanding leaders think and behave differently from the merely good. This is the mindset difference and, once you have it, you have an advantage which lasts for a lifetime and will work for you time and time again. Using this unique audiobook to develop your right mindset will enable you to open up new career possibilities and achieve far more than you could have imagined.

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Kogan Page
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Published on
4 Feb 2019
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Duration
8h 47m 53s
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ISBN
9780749497224
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Leadership
Business & Economics / Management
Self-Help / Motivational & Inspirational
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Eligible for Family Library

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