– Depak Septhi
The story told in The Imperfect Leader is timely, relevant, powerful, and will challenge the way you think about leadership. It is a story that reveals a new model for transformational leadership, one that flies in the face of conventional wisdom, creates healthy corporate cultures, and delivers extraordinary, sustainable results.
It is a story about the personal journey transformational leaders must take in order to be true and in touch with themselves and to find, at journeys end, that it’s not about them.
The Imperfect Leader will resonate with leaders at all levels and in every walk of life. It guides, equips and motivates leaders, young and old, to understand the necessity for personal transformation that is required for leaders to make a lasting difference in their organizations.
“This is an excellent book for leaders at all levels. It is a significant book for leadership teams to read and process together.”
“I have read many books on leadership. This is the best. It is in the story format and very effective. This book contains no three-step process. Instead, it describes what it means to lead with purpose and humility.”
“Highly recommended. Easy to read and understand. Everyone can benefit from the values based process for leading and living, as outlined in this book.”
This book succinctly presents the value-based leadership proposition, model, character and culture (behavior) that drive exceptional business results. It informs and reminds the reader to practice transformational leadership.
``There is one true and effective model for leadership that outperforms all others — it is time - tested and historically proven to be the leadership model for transformational change. In The Imperfect Leader, Taylor offers an interesting, well written articulation of that model. It is a very practical book that should be read by any leader seriously intending to make a difference—in their organization—or in the world.``
``Rising senior executives, the leaders of tomorrow, would do well to read this book and understand it applies to them. When you get to the point in life that you figure out it’s not about you, then you need to figure out what it is about.``