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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)<br/>It is even harder to find books that are based on empirical research and able to backup the text with actual data and numbers.<br/>And so, I felt the book is very practical and it made me ask myself very hard questions:<br/>Is it possible to be a multiplier as a manager and diminisher as a team member?<br/>I'm now more aware to many of my "diminisher " behaviors and trying to avoid them as much as possible.<br/>I've also recommended the books to several colleagues and good really good feedbacks.<br/>really inspiring, highly recommended.<br/>
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.