Being an effective leader necessitates having strong managerial skills. Trust is more important than charm when it comes to outstanding leadership, despite the fact that this may not appear to be the case in most large companies. In today’s world, it is all too common for leaders to be selected not on the basis of their competence, vision, or ability to motivate a team, but rather on the basis of their star appeal and alpha inclinations. There are a lot of charismatic people in top positions, but most of them aren’t very good leaders. This is something that far too many of us have noticed. They may have good improvisational skills, but they are severely lacking in both judgment and competence. They may be resolute, but they are blind to both the big picture and the details. A genuine leader brings out the best in others and leads by setting an example for others to follow. This book takes a fresh look at what it means to be a great boss and how great bosses help everyone win. It is an approach that is both enlightening and motivating. Highly recommended.