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The book is a positive outlook of how to avoid being a one man control freak. And again it is a positive approach to a negative problem. It should also be noted that the multiple is 2 times. Not a 3x or 10x type approach but in addition to learning how to work with people in leadership from this perspective the book also covers how to keep people on a team and attract new ones if the concepts are understood.
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What made the experience of listening to Multipliers the most enjoyable?
I've listened to several books about leadership and management, till now I wasn't able to recommend a really good one. (maybe with the exception the books of Jim Collins but they are applicable only for highly ranked organizational leaders)
It is even harder to find books that are based on empirical research and able to backup the text with actual data and numbers.
And so, I felt the book is very practical and it made me ask myself very hard questions:
Is it possible to be a multiplier as a manager and diminisher as a team member?
I'm now more aware to many of my "diminisher " behaviors and trying to avoid them as much as possible.
I've also recommended the books to several colleagues and good really good feedbacks.
really inspiring, highly recommended.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
I found this book after attending a webinar with Greg. My search for his other book lead me to this one, and am I glad I found it. This book has such great depth into what leadership is. They give hands on examples of how to lead as a multiplier and how to deal and not to deal with diminishers.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
really interesting ideas but not enough content to justify the length. felt really stretched out and repetitive. the reading is a bit monotone as well so I found myself drifting. the chapter ends can be useful. there's a couple of good exercises and checklists.