The Leader in You

  • by Dale Carnegie & Associates, Michael A. Crom, Stuart R. Levine
  • Narrated by Stuart R. Levine
  • 1 hrs and 29 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

For 80 years, Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc., has been training people at all levels to get the most out of what they put into their careers. Now, drawing on insights from some of this century's most important voices, we bring the Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc., time-tested human relations principles to a new level of relevance in today's unpredictable business environment.
The ability to communicate and motivate people will determine who wins and who loses in the next decade. The Leader in You builds on the fundamentals of human relationships to help you develop your own innate leadership skills and discover how to:


Achieve goals and increase self-confidence
Gain the respect you deserve
Build trusting relationships
Control your worries and energize your life
Become a team playerThree generations of students and business people have benefited from Carnegie's timeless essential wisdom. Now, you can apply these basic techniques and lessons in your own life and find the leader in you to succeed in today's fast-changing world.

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the agony and the agony

With such original sayings as "team leaders are the leaders of tomorow" and "blame spreading almost always causes people to duck and hide," etc. this book has nothing to offer anyone with any intelligence at all. Whereas the original Dale Carnegie's books were written with a simplicity that strikes chords and stimulates and motivates, this book would be best used for insomniacs to help them get to sleep.
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- Zach

Very clear and easy to understand!

If you could sum up The Leader in You in three words, what would they be?

So very helpful!


What did you like best about this story?

It has clear and easy examples and they are supporting the bones of important aspects of the content, which helped me so much to understand. English is a second language for me, so I appreciate it being clear and easy.


Have you listened to any of Stuart R. Levine’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No.


What’s the most interesting tidbit you’ve picked up from this book?

Pointing mistakes is easy but important thing is keeping the face of another. It tells me how the real leader should be.


Any additional comments?

You'll learn very basic and important rules of being a good leader no matter how your jobs are - a mother of staying at home, a volunteer worker, a manager of a big or small company... Being a leader is a must idea we should learn and it gave me hope that if I stick to these rules, I'll have more confidence as a better leader in my career, at home and for myself as well. Highly recommended.

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- Clair

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-24-2001
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio