Quote from Stephen Bungay
In any case, a leader who believes that he can make a...
Take Stephen Bungay's quote in your social network
In any case, a leader who believes that he can make a positive difference through continual personal interventions is usually deluding himself. He thereby takes over things other people are supposed to be doing, effectively dispensing with their efforts, and multiplies his own tasks to such an extent that he can no longer carry them all out. The demands made on a senior commander are severe enough as it is. It is far more important that the person at the top retains a clear picture of the overall situation than whether some particular thing is done this way or that.
Get full version of book
This quote is from Stephen Bungay's book "The Art of Action: How Leaders Close the Gaps between Plans, Actions, and Results". Want to read this book? Download "The Art of Action: How Leaders Close the Gaps between Plans, Actions, and Results" on your computer, Android or iPhone in any format of electronic books!
May need signup required to download or reading online book. The following e-book formats are available for download: EPUB, PDF, FB2, FB3 and (perhaps) MOBI.
Would you like more quotes from this author? Read all quotes from Stephen Bungay on our website.