This page explains who The Three Levels of Leadership is for, what it offers and why it’s unusual among the many leadership books available. It tells you about the book’s new ideas, its practical easy to read style, its downloadable tools and how it reveals the key to what Jim Collins called Level 5 Leadership in his book, Good to Great.
The Three Levels of Leadership: How to Develop Your Leadership Presence, Knowhow and Skill by James Scouller (ISBN 9781852526818), published by Management Books 2000, May 2011. E-book version for iPads available. If you want to know how to buy either the print or e-book version, click the red Where to Buy button (top right of page). If you'd like to hear James Scouller introducing the book, click the video at the bottom of the page.
The book has two parts.
Part One comprises chapters 1 to 4 and presents the foundational ideas. Its first aim is to demystify leadership and clarify the purpose of a leader. It promotes the idea of shared leadership, but affirms there is one responsibility that belongs uniquely to the leader. Its second aim is to introduce The Three Levels of Leadership model. Here’s a brief outline of the contents:
Part Two covers chapters 5 to 10. It builds on part one by going into the detail of personal leadership. Its focus is on how you can grow your emotional intelligence (EQ), leadership presence, knowhow and skill. Thus, it looks closely at how to work on the three elements of personal leadership: Technical Knowledge & Skills, Attitude Towards Others and Self-Mastery. Most of the book is devoted to part two. Again, here is a short outline of the contents:
The Three Levels of Leadership is available in print form from online and high street retailers. It is also available as an e-book for iPads and PCs from the publisher, Management Books 2000. Click the red Where to Buy button (top right of page) for more details.
Just click the video below to hear the author introducing the book.
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