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When a leader decides to share his skills with other leaders, it always happens that essential information becomes enlightening. This is especially true if the leader who shares his experiences is as authoritative as Don Sipes. In his fifty years of experience in the healthcare field, Sipes has had plenty of time to ponder and learn, and his ideas are now fully expressed in A Culture of Leadership: Lessons Learned and Shared. Written to inform emerging leaders about the challenges and opportunities that await them, A Culture of Leadership is divided into 12 chapters with final exercises (chapter 11 is actually a chapter dedicated to group exercises) in which Sipes invites readers to reflect on issues such as their leadership career path, the importance of network and mentors, challenges, and opportunities to improve and more.
A Culture of Leadership is not merely another book on leadership. Here the author's experience is significant and valuable. Don Sipes wastes no time with unnecessary references but goes straight to the point and explores the essentials to know when you are in a leadership position. Thanks to this approach, both first-time leaders and accomplished professionals will find useful suggestions to improve themselves and the company where they work, starting with the right atmosphere. Moreover, A Culture of Leadership is not a long book to read, so that even the busiest leaders will have no excuse to ignore it. From any point of view, A Culture of Leadership is a great addition for those leaders who have their careers at heart.