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Being The Boss

 Are you the boss you need to be? As good as your firm expects you to be? Good enough to achieve your career aspirations? Being the Boss can help, no matter where you are on your journey. In it, Harvard Business School's Linda Hill and executive Kent Lineback combine six decades of research, teaching, practice, and observation to provide the insights and information you need to move forward.Some managers are content with just getting by. But most stop making progress because they don't understand how to become a great boss, what great bosses actually do, or where they currently stand in comparison with where they should be. In this book, the authors show you how to measure yourself against what's required. At the end, you will clearly understand your strengths, where you need to make progress, and how to move forward.Whether you're new or experienced, this book is your guide to becoming the great boss you need to be — for your firm, your people, and yourself.


About the Authors

Linda A. Hill, Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, chairs the HBS Leadership Initiative; headed the team that developed HBS's required MBA leadership course; and has chaired several HBS executive education courses, including the High Potentials Leadership Program. She is the author of Becoming a Manager and numerous Harvard Business Review articles and Harvard Business Publishing corporate learning modules.

Kent Lineback, now an executive coach, writer, and collaborator, spent nearly 30 years as a manager and executive in business and government. He is the coauthor (with Randy Komisar) of the best-seller The Monk and the Riddle.


Book Details

Authors: Linda Hill, Kent Lineback

Pages: 284

Language: English

Binding: Hardcover

ISBN: 9781422157398