Many consider leadership a path to improve their personal, social, and professional lives. People believe that leaders add unique skills to their lives and improve the world in the long run. Accordingly, authors have provided leadership books to help individuals understand leadership and leaders. The author of this book, David M. Rubenstein, is one of them. This book offers perspectives on different leadership experiences. These are categorized into visionaries, builders, transformers, commanders, decision-makers, and masters. The vision of this book is to inspire readers to develop and enhance their leadership skills. Altogether, this book proves that there is no perfect way to lead; any person from any background can become a leader who can make positive changes.
Mahouachi, Eya; Aggarwal, Jyoti; Aggarwal, Nidhi; and Manu, Nana
"Book Review: How to Lead,"
The Journal of Values-Based Leadership: Vol. 16
, Article 18.
Available at: https://scholar.valpo.edu/jvbl/vol16/iss1/18