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The Pit of Success - How Leaders Adapt Succeed and Repeat - cover

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The Pit of Success - How Leaders Adapt Succeed and Repeat

Dave Jennings, Amy Leishman

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Summary

Inspires leaders to let go of what got them here and learn how to do what will make them successful in the future
Unburdens leaders from the fear that they cannot learn the things they need to lead at the next level 
Overcomes the “innovator dilemma” made famous by clayton Christensen, that says companies will be punished by their success and gives them a way to change the company and the leader’s capabilities
Overcomes the “peter principle” made famous by Laurence J. Peter, that says people will rise to their level of incompetence and gives them a way to perpetually get better 
Empowers leaders to do the hard things to grow into their leadership role
Convinces readers that what they need is truly achievable and learnable
While focused on leaders, the concepts are broadly applicable to anyone who has to do things beyond their experience 
Provides skills to be resilient

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