This highly personal look at leadership shows how to manage deftly its paradoxes, demands and temptations. Using his own experiences as CEO of American Management Association for 10 years, as well as his candid observations of CEOs in many other organizations, Horton provides readers with sensible advice for wrestling with the rigours of authority. Featuring Horton's lively writing style, "The CEO Paradox" is entertaining as well as helpful. The author shares with leaders (and would-be leaders) his own insights on how to nurture the highest qualities within themselves, make informed decisions, bring out the best in subordinates, avoid classic mistakes and cultivate both the inner and outer person. In other words, he shows how to become an effective, accountable CEO.

Author: Thomas R. Horton
Format: Hardback
Number of Pages: 192
Publisher: Amacom
Publication Date: 26 Oct 1992

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