Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Fairness Is Overrated by Tim Stevens

Of the writing of books there is no end. And when it comes to books about leadership this seems to be true.
 Leadership has been dissected and reassembled so many times that it may not answer the same definition as you have.
We could write a book about any aspect of leadership and still there would be much to write about. Leadership is not easy and since it is not easy should have rules.
Stevens gives 52 chapters, each set up one per week for a year, of principles of leadership which can be applied just as easily to church as well as to corporate situations.
Rules need to be followed if you are going to make an impression as a leader or just a follower.
From his years of working with leadership Stevens seems to be adequately equipped to handle another book on leadership.
I found this book to be refreshing. Stevens does not lord it over you but, as mentioned above, systematically in 52 small easy to implement chapters, if you should desire to use it as a small group study, presents things to consider in this area called leadership.
Leadership is not meant to be fair but workable.
This book was sent free to be reviewed from the publisher. I was not required to like this book, which I did. Any opinions shared are those of the reviewer and not of the publisher.
If you should desire to order this book for yourself I will give you a link below.
Fairness Is Overrated: And 51 Other Leadership Principles to Revolutionize Your Workplace

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