Greatness Awaits You: The Five Pillars of Leadership

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Wilkinson Publishing, 2019 - Business & Economics - 198 pages
This is more than just a book on leadership. It shows how you can take your first steps towards greatness, both personally and professionally as one cannot exist without the other. As our world changes, so must you. As others seek to take control, so must you fight to take it back. It is up to you to plan your direction with the gifts you have been blessed with, have been burdened with or have struggled for. This book is a unique combination of practical step by step guidance woven together by profound philosophical insights, and it is the result of over four decades of hard-won experience and training in business, government and the military. It describes with uncommon clarity the process of becoming a Real Leader. It will help you reach your highest potential so that you can inspire others to follow you, to harness and focus their talents in order to create a better life, a better nation and a better world.

About the author (2019)

Riccardo Bosi is a much sought-after speaker and consultant in leadership, strategy and innovation, and he works with private industry, the public sector as well as the military by drawing on his over 40 years of experience in all three. He is a former Australian Army Special Forces lieutenant colonel who served in the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific, as well as a long-term adviser to the United Arab Emirates Special Operations Command. Riccardo's experience in industry spans international corporates to small to medium enterprises. He has consulted internationally in business continuity for the gas and oil industry in Pakistan, Thailand, the Philippines and Italy as well as creating and developing start-ups in various industries. In the public sector he has developed initiatives that delivered new industry worth hundreds of millions of dollars annually to the state. Riccardo lives in Sydney Australia, is happily married and has three wonderful children.

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