Intelligent Leadership Now Available on NetGalley


Jacket image, Intelligent Leadership by John MattoneOur upcoming book, Intelligent Leadership: What You Need to Know to Unlock Your Full Potential, by John Mattone, is now available to review on NetGalley. If you are a book reviewer, journalist, librarian or professor, bookseller and blogger or other book professional, we invite you to download an e-galley of the book today. Click HERE to submit your digital galley request for Intelligent Leadership.

Because organizations will be asking more of their leaders—not less.

In today’s business environment, leaders at all levels are facing enormous challenges when it comes to achieving and sustaining breakthrough operating results. Globalization, economic change, more stringent regulation, and tougher governance make realizing shareholder value increasingly difficult.

Intelligent Leadership is written for leaders who want to become more effective, strategic, operationally focused, and balanced. It is for leaders who are striving to take control of their destiny and become the best they can be.

In this groundbreaking book, leadership coach John Mattone—recently named to the “guru radar” by the prestigious Thinkers50—taps into his years of experience working with high-achieving professionals to give readers a roadmap for developing and mastering their executive maturity.

Supplying three unique tools—the Wheel of Leadership Success, Map of Leadership Maturity, and the Leadership Enneagram—the book helps readers calibrate their abilities so they can simultaneously focus on their strengths and address their weaknesses. The goal is to improve key tactical competencies (such as critical and strategic thinking, decision-making, talent and team leadership, and communication) and integrate them with equally important inner traits like values, character, and beliefs in order to achieve their leadership potential.

Featuring best practices, authoritative research, practical assessments, and enlightening examples of both good and bad leadership, this book equips readers with the knowledge, skills, and passion they need to become the leaders they were meant to be.

Photo of John Mattone, author of Intelligent LeadershipJohn Mattone is the president of JohnMattonePartners, Inc., a global leadership consulting firm. A sought-after keynote speaker and coach to many of America’s leading corporations, he also teaches in the executive MBA program at Florida Atlantic University.

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NetGalley is a service for people who read and recommend books, such as book reviewers, journalists, librarians, professors, booksellers, and bloggers.

There are a number of different reading options for this e-galley:

  • Quick Browse. Preview the galley using NetGalley’s web-based reader.
  • Download Galley. Read a Protected (DRM) galley on your computer, Sony Reader, B&N’s Nook, Kobo Reader, or other device. You’ll need Adobe Digital Editions (free software). You can also read on your iPad or iPhone via the Bluefire Reader app.
  • Kindle. Send a NetGalley file to your Kindle device, using your @Kindle.com or @free.Kindle.com email address. Make sure to follow the instructions here. Note: The Kindle button works for Kindle devices only. By pressing the orange Kindle button for a NetGalley title, you can send the file to your Kindle device. You will not be able to share that file with any Kindle apps (like Kindle for PC or iPhone).
  • Email Publisher. This button will allow you to email the publisher directly to request a reading option not currently enabled.

You can find all of AMACOM’s e-galleys on NetGalley HERE.

You can review how to get AMACOM’s digital galley request approval on NetGalley HERE.

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