Cool-Headed Confidants and Cunning Consiglieri Reflect the Best, and Worst, in our Leaders Consiglieri: Leading from the Shadows · United Kingdom Flag. Consiglieri. Leading from the Shadows. Richard Hytner. How to make friends, influence people and be the (second) best you can be – by being second-in-. Consiglieri has 57 ratings and 3 reviews. Antony said: A really good idea for a book (and title) – almost everyone answers to someone higher up. And ther.
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Consiglieri: Leading from the Shadows by Richard Hytner
Championing the cult of the hero leader? Karl-O marked it as to-read Jun 06, Yet important conversation is often best followed up with a note: Sep 18, Allen Jr. He explores the different supporting roles needed in organisations, and the things that the headline leader needs — both positive in the sense of providing advice and research, and negative in the sense of reining-in and keeping grounded — that can best be provided by someone comfortable in their anonymity.
Click here to see more coverage. Books by Richard Hytner. Or roadies — providing organisation, emotional support and sanity; undermen male or female who take part of the A-leader’s load; cornermen who give direction; sherpas who have an intimate acquaintance with the mountains to be climbed; or philosophers who provide an independent point of view — and may sometimes trom the processes whereby A-leaders make their decisions better than A-leaders can themselves.
Sarah Prescott rated it really liked it Apr 27, Martyn Potter rated it liked it Dec 30, C-leaders can be deliverers, a category that includes people who create an ambience in which the leader can thrive, fixers who defuse danger and get the job done, or gamers who see several moves ahead and can act for successive leaders. Preview — Consiglieri by Richard Hytner. C-leaders also include coaches who inculcate practical and social skills; anchors who by acting as fearless sceptics, truth-speaking friends or professional fools, protect their leaders from dogmatism and hubris; and seekers who encourage leaders to let go of their self-image and pet projects.
Alastair Campbell’s role in managing Blair’s relations with the media demonstrated another kind of tacit knowledge. Peter Elliott rated it liked it Jan 15, This book speaks to the reality of knowing when to speak up and when not to, of taking risks, but not taking the glory. While most books on leadership concentrate on the leaders, and especially on how to become consigliefi more charismatic leader, this book takes the opposite tack: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Having been tortured and exiled when the Medicis came leaing to power, he knew that political survival depends as much on the whim of fate — fortunaas he called it — as on good judgment.
Mauricio added it Aug 28, Stuart Batty rated it liked it Oct 05, Published June 5th by Profile Books first published May 27th In a brilliant essay on what he calls the psychology of misjudgmentMunger has analysed the cognitive and emotional biases that — in investment and life as a whole — lead predictably to failure, such as the tendency to hang on to our beliefs when the evidence changes, or using past correlations as a basis for making decisions about the future.
Narumon marked it as to-read May 28, Still he believed that having intelligent advisers matters, since no ruler can last long if the people they depend on for guidance are foolish or not to be trusted.
Akshay marked it as to-read Jan 02, As a dedicated introvert and fan of Niccolo Machiavellithis is definitely a position I can understand. Ryan marked it as to-read Jan 14, This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
He argues the case that No. For both good and ill, advisers have become an integral part of the story politicians present to their parties and the public.
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If you fancy yourself as a contemporary Machiavelli or Bismarck, make this stylish, clever and entertaining guide to finding your ideal role in a company your first choice. One consigliri the partnership has worked so well may be that Munger consglieri his boss’s rare gift for decision-making leeading than Buffett does himself. Consiglieri is organised in three sections: Ultimately though, he suggests that great consiglieri, whilst often finding themselves in the limelight, actually prefer to remain, at least partially, in the shadow.
Whether or not he knew it, minimising and quickly rectifying these common mistakes has been a key element in Buffett’s career. Most people rely on proven theories and models to make sense of the world and to help them predict outcomes.
Books by Yhe Hytner. The key to success lies in getting to the top. Cali rated it really liked it Nov 17, Not everyone can be No.