10 million years of leadership
The book about what 10 million years of leadership teaches us
Number 1 in the management top 100
No matter where we are in the world, we want our basic psychological needs fulfilled: safety, belonging, esteem, autonomy, and self-expression. And we have to learn to deal with boundaries. Successful leaders invest in this psychological DNA. The proven positive results include strong teams, job satisfaction, and organizational success.
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