Self Lead. The fast track to leading others

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In Self-Leading The Fast Track to Leading Others Magdalena Aguilar goes to the bone of her concern. He is only interested in the reader quickly locating
where you stand regarding your leadership and from there act to self-lead and lead others.

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In Self-Leading The Fast Track to Leading Others Magdalena Aguilar goes to the bone of her concern. He is only interested in the reader quickly locating
where you stand regarding your leadership and from there act to self-lead and lead others.

Aguilar makes the path of leadership accessible and that is why he moves to action and enthusiasm. She does not stop at useless disquisitions but, appealing to her experience as a Human Resources director and the fruits of her inveterate taste for learning and challenging herself, invites each reader to embark on their own agile learning journey, moving beyond self-imposed limits. , of constructive bonds and, consequently, of leadership of himself and others.

Through easy-to-identify situations and slogans that we can implement in our square meter and right now, the author shakes the leader present in each reader to stretch him and deploy him to his next level. Read Self-Leading The fast track to leading others is discovering that being a leader is possible, desirable, and necessary.

Loris Maria Bestani
Journalist, author of Illness as a teacher and of Parents present, children in front Y ghost writer of this book.

 

“As director of Human Resources at Pérez Companc, I fully lived my role as a leader because I was able to be faithful to my values and principles. I did not change my personality or my style but I evolved, challenging myself to learn the skills I needed to carry out my new responsibilities. And if I had to choose which were the three most important, I would say that the ability to risk first, continuous learning and sustained effort. "

Magdalena Aguilar Astrada

 

“The leader is the one who creates the world in which others want to live. Inspired by John Maxwell, I formulated this phrase as a guide for my leadership. "

Magdalena Aguilar Astrada