Cool-Headed Confidants and Cunning Consiglieri Reflect the Best, and Worst, in our Leaders Consiglieri: Leading from the Shadows · United Kingdom Flag. Consiglieri. Leading from the Shadows. Richard Hytner. How to make friends, influence people and be the (second) best you can be – by being second-in-. Consiglieri has 57 ratings and 3 reviews. Antony said: A really good idea for a book (and title) – almost everyone answers to someone higher up. And ther.
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Park Ridge Public Library added it Feb 01, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Richard does not enter this debate. Tony Nicholls reviews Consiglieri. Brenton Ling marked it as to-read Dec 06, May 31, Simon Dobson rated it really liked it. David rated it liked it Dec 26, He simply presents his view of reality for many organisations.
Author: Richard Hytner
Having been tortured and exiled when the Medicis came back to power, he knew that political survival depends as much on the whim of fate — fortunaas he called it — as on good judgment. No trivia or quizzes yet. Kellie Reynolds rated it liked it Aug 17, One observation that I wasn’t expecting was the idea of moving between the A and C role, that a C might aspire to move into the A position after a period of consolidation, or that an A might benefit from time spent out of the limelight as a C.
Cali rated it really liked it Nov 17, Sarah Prescott rated it really liked it Apr 27, Show 25 25 50 All. But Whitelaw was an old-fashioned figure operating in a time when politics was not — as it is now — largely an exercise in media management.
He argues the case that No. No trivia or quizzes yet. Judi rated it liked it Aug 17, Want to Read saving….
These are the de The key to success lies in getting to the top. Brett Fulesday rated it it was ok Mar 07, He sprinkles his presentation with some great examples of modern-day partnerships and how they work. Hytner divides leaders into A’s and C’s, where A’s seek the limelight and C’s seek to wield their influence more A book on how to shine from the shadows.
This is because contexts, personalities and a whole host of other factors, come together in complex ways to make each group of individuals and their organisation subtly or substantially different to the next. But many of the attributes that have been most useful to consiglieri can’t be chosen and developed in this way. You may think that your advice was unambiguous and unforgettable, that your spoken word spoke for itself.
And there are some really good pointers here. Richard M rated it it was amazing Nov 26, In that sense this is a book both for those wanting to be better C’s, and for those A’s who want to choose their consiglieri wisely. Thom Fortunato rated it really liked it Dec 06, Loading comments… Trouble loading?
A really good idea for a book and title – almost everyone answers to someone higher up.
Johnny FitzGerald marked it as to-read May 28, This book is therefore very relevant and will offer insight for those leaders and their supporting consultants. Contemporary leadership manuals have another feature that marks them out from similar texts in earlier times: Paperbackpages. Gurcan Gercek marked it as to-read Oct 28, I see it as a perspective on how leadership leafing shows up, in reality.
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The meatiest section leasing Consiglieri is Hytner’s typology of the breed: We also meet a remarkable array of powerful advisers, from the White House, 10 Downing Street and the Vatican to corporate boardrooms, sporting arenas and entertainment stages. A consigliere plural consiglieri is a trusted friend, advisor and confidant to the Mafia family, in particular the head of the family, or Don.
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Here he parts company with Machiavelli, who suggested rulers should cultivate a reputation for virtue while being ready to disregard moral norms when necessary.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I therefore see this book being of use to leaders and consultants supporting all types of organisation. This book speaks to the reality of knowing when to speak cosiglieri and when not to, of taking risks, but not taking the glory.
Yasmin added it Mar 20, Return to Book Page. Books by Richard Hytner. Not everyone can be in charge but, more importantly, not everyone should want to be.