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IN THIS BOOK YOU WILL DISCOVER...

The fundamental qualities of a leader and how to develop them.
Why leadership will win over management every time.
Simple techniques to build trust and credibility with new groups.
What it takes to turn a lifeless team around and get them motivated again.
A proven formula for making the right decisions, even in a time of crisis.
How to develop other leaders to multiply success and leave a lasting legacy.

FEATURING WRITTEN MATERIAL BY...

FATHER CHRIS RILEY (Youth Off The Streets)
Chris's nationally acclaimed Youth Off The Streets organisation runs a huge, multimillion-dollar array of enterprises from residential farms in the country to detox centres and food vans. More than 60,000 children have passed through his projects.

TIM COSTELLO (CEO World Vision)
Chief executive of World Vision Australia, Tim spends at least one quarter of the year overseas visiting projects and conferring with partners. In 2005 he was awarded an Officer of the Order of Australia and named by the State of Victoria as its nominee for the 2006 Australian of the Year Awards.

IAN KIERNAN (Founder Clean Up Aust. Day)
Ian is the chairman of Clean Up Australia Ltd, a national non-profit organisation that coordinates Clean Up Australia Day and Clean Up the World. Clean Up Australia Ltd also runs Clean Up Australia Projects, which are long-term community-based environment programs.

LIZ ELLIS (Captain Aust. Netball Team)
Liz is the captain of the Australian and Sydney TAB Swifts teams. She is a twice World Netball Champion and has won two Commonwealth Games gold medals. She is one of Australia's most capped international players and in 2005 she played her 100th test match for Australia.

PETER BAINES (Crisis Management)
In 2004, Peter's leadership skills were called upon again in response to the Boxing Day tsunami. Peter spent three months in Thailand, leading Australian and international deployments responsible for identifying and repatriating tsunami victims. In 2006, he was awarded the Humanitarian Overseas Service Medal in recognition for his work.

AVRIL HENRY (Generation Y Expert)
In 2006, Avril won the prestigious Lifetime Achievement in Human Resources Award at the Australian HR Awards. She has been a finalist in the Best HR Director and Sydney Business Review Businesswoman of the Year awards, and nominated for Telstra Business Woman of the Year on four occasions.

SHANE TOOHEY (Adventurer and Trainer)
Shane created a business consultancy called Peak Teams. Together with his business partner, Ian Schubach, Shane developed a patent-pending technology that simulates adventure environments to create unique and powerful learning programs on leadership, teamwork and change. Peak Teams works with some of the biggest and best-known companies in the world.

PHIL JONES (Millionaire Entrepreneur)
Phil and his wife, Corinna, operate an international group of companies that includes Richmastery. Phil is a highly respected business and property speaker and the author of more than six books. His businesses have allowed him access to some of the world's richest and most powerful businesspeople, entrepreneurs, celebrities and sportspeople.

DENIS GIANOUTSOS (Leadership Coach)
Denis is a global transformation leadership coach working for a large global IT services organisation. He also owns the company, Maximum Stretch Limited, and works with other organisations. His company consists of a team of strong leaders and offers services such as executive, leadership and team coaching and leadership development.

CATHERINE PALIN-BRINKWORTH (Leadership Speaker)
Catherine is the founder of her consulting and communications business, Progress Productions. Catherine's life has held plenty of challenges - from a severe disfiguring accident to being left as a single mother - and in 2001, she was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins L

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