May 17, 2022 • 31M

E9: Leadership - Eight Paradoxes Of Great Leadership Book Part 1 - Tim Elmore (Author)

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Paddy Dhanda
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⚡️ Eight Paradoxes Of Great Leadership Book Part 1

Great leadership is a paradox - it requires both strength and vulnerability; the ability to serve and the capacity to lead. Tim Elmore's new book, Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership, explores how effective leaders can balance these seemingly contradictory traits to become successful in their field. With examples ranging from corporate executives to religious leaders, Elmore provides a comprehensive guide on how to lead with both power and compassion. Discover the secrets to great leadership with Tim Elmore's Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership.

Dr. Tim Elmore (Author)

Is founder and CEO of Growing Leaders (, an Atlanta‐based non‐profit organization created to develop emerging leaders. His work grew out of 20 years serving alongside Dr. John C. Maxwell. Elmore has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, USA Today, Psychology Today and he’s been featured on CNN’s Headline News and Fox and Friends to talk about leading multiple generations in the marketplace. He has written over 35 books, including Habitudes: Images That Form Leadership Habits and Attitudes.

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