The Radical Leap: A Personal Lesson in Extreme Leadership
By Steve Farber
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Drew McLellan (Founder/McLellan Marketing Group & Agency Management Institute)
Question: What five books would you recommend to young people interested in your career path & why?
- Radical Leap by Steve Farber
- Becoming a Category of One by Joe Calloway
- Selling the Invisible by Harry Beckwith
- Killing Marketing by Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose
- Waiting for your Cat to Bark by Bryan and Jeffrey Eisenberg
- The Power of Moments by Chip and Dan Heath
A new, tenth anniversary edition of the leadership classic that was hailed as one of the 100 Best Business Books of All Time.
In his exciting and timeless business parable, The Radical Leap, Steve Farber explores an entirely new leadership model, one in which leaders aren’t afraid to take risks, make mistakes in front of employees, or actively solicit employee feedback. His book dispenses with the typical, tired notions of what it means to be a leader.
Farber’s modern parable begins on a sunny California beach where he has a strange and unexpected encounter with a surfer named Edg. Despite his unassuming appearance, the enigmatic Edg seems to know an awful lot about leadership and this brief interaction propels Steve into an unforgettable journey. Along the way, he learns about Extreme Leadership—and what it means to take the Radical Leap:
- Cultivate Love
- Generate Energy
- Inspire Audacity
- Provide Proof
Geared to people at any level who aspire to change things for the better, The Radical Leap is creating legions of Extreme Leaders in business, education, non-profits and beyond.
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