What if there were such thing as a "leadership pill" that overnight could turn you into someone with all the characteristics of a great leader? This idea is explored in Ken Blanchard and Marc Muchnick's new book. Both authors are international best-sellers and have shared their revolutionary motivational techniques with millions. In The Leadership Pill, they discuss how the qualities of a great leader cannot be learned instantly, but have to be forged through sustainability. There is no quick fix to becoming a truly inspiring motivator.
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