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Leadership Lessons Learned From Muammar Gaddafi

Lisa Gibson

Publisher: Lisa Gibson

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Summary

Sometimes life’s most important lessons come in the most unlikely places 
You are probably wondering, what kind of leadership lessons can I learn from one of the world’s most notorious terrorists? After all, he will go down in history as one of the most brutal and evil dictators because of his bad deeds? 
This is likely going to be one of the most unusual books on leadership that you will ever read. It is as much about the author, Lisa Gibson’s journey as it is about Muammar Gaddafi. On December 21, 1988 their lives collided in one of the most life altering ways, when he murdered Lisa’s brother. Despite what he did, she had an unprecedented meeting with him and dedicated her life to helping the people of the country he brutalized. 
Even if you think there couldn’t be anything to learn about leadership from a man like Gaddafi, delve into Lisa’s profound book and be inspired and challenged. Discover that your leadership journey is as much about learning “what not to do” in leadership as it is about learning “what to do.” 
Lisa Gibson is internationally acclaimed global conflict mediator, attorney and public speaker. She is an #1 International Best-selling and award winning author of Life In Death: A Journey From Terrorism To Triumph, Releasing The Chains: Timeless Wisdom On How To Forgive Anyone For Anything and coauthor of The Expert Success Solution. Lisa was given the distinguished honor of being chosen as one of Ten Outstanding Young Americans and as an Exemplar of Love and Forgiveness In Governance. Lisa has made guest appearances on CNN, BBC, MSNBC, the Hour of Power, and countless others.
Available since: 12/24/2013.

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