Anyone can take the lead

You don’t have to be an extrovert. You don’t have to command attention, and you don’t have to own the room. Leadership is accessible to anyone. Leadership is an act of kindness. Leadership is listening intently. Leadership is taking action when everyone is scared. Leadership is lifting people up.

“Shawn delivers a wealth of knowledge in his new book. Key ideas from business and psychology literature are expertly distilled by Shawn into a concise, thoughtful and engaging narrative, allowing business leaders to read about recent and critical new research. Shawn draws upon his vast experience of working with business leaders to provide relevant and entertaining examples to show how new ideas from the book can be applied in real business situations. As a business school professor. I teach executives all over the world. I definitely recommend they read Small Acts of Leadership.” Jill Klein, Ph.D., Professor of Marketing, Melbourne Business School

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Small Acts of Leadership

For us to thrive—not simply survive—in this accelerating economy, we need to adopt small, intentional behaviors and practice them each day. From simply taking care of our rest and exercise to building our self-confidence and embracing challenges, author Shawn Hunter’s latest book Small Acts of Leadership will guide you through a series of incremental steps you can take to build a stronger version of yourself and make a broader impact in the world.

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