You’re busy.Too busy to attend as many webinars and workshops on leadership as you might like and too busy to keep up with so many books and blogs on leadership thinking.
Relax, take a deep breath and savor these 77 Leadership Mints, bite-sized ideas to refresh and revitalize your leadership thinking and energize and recharge your leadership batteries.
And take 5. Five minutes is the average reading time for each of these 77 short stories on leadership principles called Leadership Mints.
THINKING Like a Leader, With Clarity, featuring 77 Leadership Mints, has been updated and relaunched–with four Bonus Mints — to help busy leaders refresh and rejuvenate their leadership skills.
Written in an entertaining style with attention-getting chapter titles like Yabba Dabba Doooo On Monday Morning Too, the book also helps new and emerging leaders to learn through examples of leadership principles from business, sports and politics.
The 298-page book, available at Amazon.com (BUY NEW), serves as a refresher for seasoned leaders and a learning tool for emerging leaders on 12 leadership principles in particular from conflict management to creative and collaborative thinking.
Calling on 30 years of business experience, author Peter Jeff provides readers a virtual candy dish of Leadership Mints — on ingenuity and innovation and perception and relationship building —to grab ‘ go in real time when a leader’s intervention can do the most good without sacrificing productivity to attend an off-site seminar or workshop.
That’s the intent of a Leadership Mint, a quick pick-me-up via a short entertaining story that provides a key tip or technique to handle a leadership issue.
To help readers apply the key learning, each Leadership Mint ends with Today’s ImproveMINT — a one -sentence call-to-action summary of the key learning —that you can do today “to keep your leadership thinking in mint condition.”
What is a Leadership Mint?
Consumed like a breath mint — quick and on-the-go — a Leadership Mint is a short story that energizes leadership behaviors and personalizes leadership principles so they are more easily remembered, more readily acted upon and more fully applied.