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The Weak Leader's Fist: 6 NONESSENTIAL ELEMENTS EVERY LEADER MUST UNMASTER
by Daniel York



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In his first volume, The Strong Leader's Hand, Major General Daniel York established the six essential elements every leader needs to master in order to be a successful leader. Now in this companion work, The Weak Leader's Fist, the author powerfully reveals the six ssential elements every leader must unmaster to be effective.
By skillfully illustrating each point with stories, you will be given a clear understanding of how weak leaders undermine the very people they are supposed to lead. Learn what not to do!






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