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David Noble Carol Kauffman

Find Your Winning Moves When the Stakes Are High

3.7 (29 ratings)
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    One big idea: The M-O-V-E framework.

    Welcome to this Big Idea Blink, where our editors choose one thought-provoking insight from a book so you can learn something new in just a few minutes. 

    The idea we’d like to talk about this time is how leaders can identify their winning moves when the stakes are high through a specially devised method called M-O-V-E. This method allows them to make effective decisions swiftly regardless of complexities and uncertainties. 

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    What is Real-Time Leadership about?

    Real-Time Leadership (2021) dives into how leaders can make quick and strategic decisions during high stakes situations using the practical M-O-V-E framework.

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    Real-Time Leadership (2020) explores cutting-edge strategies for navigating today's fast-paced business environment. Here are three reasons why this book stands out:

    • Featuring innovative leadership tactics, it equips readers with the tools to thrive in constantly evolving workplaces.
    • Through insightful case studies and practical frameworks, the book offers actionable solutions to challenges faced by leaders in real time.
    • With a focus on dynamic decision-making and adaptability, the book ensures a riveting read that keeps you engaged and motivated throughout.

    Who should read Real-Time Leadership?

    • Emerging leaders
    • Experienced decision-makers
    • Individuals in high-stakes roles

    About the Author

    David Noble is experienced in crisis management and strategic leadership, having spent over decades in senior roles for international organizations including EY and Deloitte. Carol Kauffman, founder of the Institute of Coaching at Harvard Medical School, is recognized world-over for her valuable contributions to executive coaching.

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    What is the main message of Real-Time Leadership?

    The main message of Real-Time Leadership is the importance of adapting leadership strategies to keep up with the rapidly changing business environment.

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    Is Real-Time Leadership a good book? Is it worth reading?

    Real-Time Leadership is a valuable read for understanding contemporary leadership challenges and effective solutions.

    Who is the author of Real-Time Leadership?

    The authors of Real-Time Leadership are David Noble and Carol Kauffman.

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