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Joseph Badaracco reminds us that the best leaders are not highly visible "heroes" who single-handedly set things right with dramatic deeds on center stage. Read morePublished on Feb. 18 2013 by John M. Ford
Instead of Leading Quietly, this book should have been titled "Manuevering Quietly." It discusses the nuts and bolts of approaching problems without falling on your... Read morePublished on Dec 24 2003 by Kelly Hahn
This is not a book for leaders. I'm not sure who this book is for. Mr. Badaracco seems to find many of the ordinary human aspects of business startlingly unique, and is pleased... Read morePublished on Aug. 2 2003 by Oh no, Amazon!
It intially grabs you and provides great insight but I found that as the book went along it lost it's nuggets. Read morePublished on June 28 2003
Written with a sound emphasis on ethics and procedures, this book is outstanding. Make sure you read all of it.Published on May 6 2003
If you're looking for a peppy guide to lead you into leadership, don't buy this book. The premise of this book is that leadership is not an easy task, leaders don't have easy... Read morePublished on April 30 2003 by Schrade
"Leading Quietly" is the result of a professional five year study on leadership by Joseph Badaracco. Read morePublished on Dec 17 2002 by R. Stockton
Contains some interesting observation by the author but the book is very academic with very little practicable advice.Published on Sept. 19 2002
I was very disappointed in this effort from a Harvard Business School professor. Not only did I think that this book would deal with the ethics of leadership, I also was expecting... Read morePublished on Sept. 5 2002 by beapositive1