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Discover the essentials of authentic leadership, including insights and tools to assess and strengthen your own unique authentic leadership approach. Develop ways to amplify your presence and influence, beyond mere methodology. Maximize your potential by understanding and mastering your six core accountabilities as a leader. Most importantly, The Other Everest is a journey that will provide lifelong improvement to help you reach your own summits of success.
David Irvine, The Leader’s Navigator, is one of the world’s most respected thought leaders, speakers, mentors, and executive coaches on the topic of authentic leadership.
He is the author of “Caring is Everything: Getting to the Heart of Humanity, Leadership, and Life”, also published by Bayeux Arts under its ‘Gondolier’ imprint.
He resides with his wife in Cochrane, Alberta, in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
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