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Hidden Truths

What Leaders Need to Hear But Are Rarely Told

David Fubini

Hardcover

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Digital Audiobook (12/2/2020)

Description

Complete your leadership toolkit with this inside look at high-level, executive positions Hidden Truths: What Leaders Need to Hear But Are Rarely Told delivers profound and rarely discussed insights about C-suite jobs that provide aspiring leaders with practical, new skills that will equip them for the immense challenges of their desired jobs. Through 14 illuminating chapters, accomplished Harvard Business School faculty member and former Senior Partner of McKinsey & Company sets out the essential habits that help leaders create success, time and time again. You'll learn:
  • How to recognize the limits of monetary incentives for employees and colleagues
  • To manage your relationships with members of the Board of Directors
  • How to value and realize true diversity
  • How to manage mergers and acquisitions properly, one of the most difficult parts of business leadership
Perfect for managers, executives, and other business leaders with an eye on the C-suite, Hidden Truths also belongs on the bookshelves of people who already find themselves in a C-level position and wish to learn how to better manage the stresses and challenges of the job.

Wiley, 9781119682332, 240pp.

Publication Date: December 3, 2020



About the Author

DAVID FUBINI is on the faculty at the Harvard Business School. He is a Senior Lecturer and Henry B. Arthur Fellow in the Organizational Behavior Faculty Unit and teaches MBAs as well as executives. He is the leader of the Leading Professional Services Firm Program and is a core faculty member of the Mergers & Acquisitions and Board of Directors Programs for Harvard Business School's Executive Education Efforts. Prior to Harvard Business School, David spent 34 years at McKinsey & Company where he was a Senior Partner and Managing Director of the Boston office and founder of its Merger Management Practice.