Learn leadership from the best: proven insights from the power elite in business, government, and beyond.
View from the Top brings listeners inside the corridors of power and relates the personal stories and powerful findings from the Platinum Study, a groundbreaking study of 550 elite American CEOs, senior government leaders, and nonprofit executives based on ten years of research. The largest study of its kind, the Platinum Study delves into the domains of the elite with stories that illustrate both the use and misuse of power across the landscape of prominent American institutions such as AT&T, Harvard University, UnderArmour, JP Morgan Chase, Bain & Company, and the White House. The book explores not only how leaders wield power, but it also provides listeners with insight into applying the strategies of the successful in their own lives.
In the United States, only a few thousand individuals make the decisions that influence the lives of over 300 million people. View from the Top explores the lives of the elite and the worlds they inhabit, revealing lessons about influence at the top. The results of the Platinum Study include unexpected truths, such as:
Being born into wealth is a poor predictor of leadership success
One program can set you on the path to leadership
It doesn't matter what college you attend
A leader's best work never sees the light of day
Crisis is the quickest way for a leader to shape an institution
Working longer does not mean working better
The book examines the different paths to power and describes the essence of leadership and the fundamental traits that distinguish a leader from the pack. For anyone seeking sharpen their leadership skills and impact the world around them, View from the Top: An Inside Look at How People in Power See and Shape the World provides the roadmap to taking charge and inspiring change.
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Valuable lessons, dry reader
The stories about connections and networks
The narrator's voice was monotone and flat
The only reaction was that of me struggling to stay focused despite the monotone narration
- Irene Chen
Insightful, intriguing, inspiring!