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‘Step up’ – Lead in Six Moments that Matter By Henry Evans and Colm Foster

: ”Leadership is not a job title but an Action”! So goes the main premise in a wonderful book I recently read. It’s written by Henry Evans and Colm Foster, and it’s called ‘Step up’. In a nutshell, the book suggests that no matter your title or place on the organization chart, you can be a leader – or, more precisely, you have the potential to exercise leadership!

Put in other words – Every day, all-day employees worldwide find themselves in situations where they have a choice! – To shine or let opportunity pass them by.

The book is divided into six chapters, each providing a unique piece to the overall puzzle of self-asserted leadership.

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