Recommended Resources – The Complete Executive

The Complete Executive: The 10-Step System for Great Leadership Performance

by Karen Wright

About the Book

The Complete Executive: The 10-Step System for Great Leadership Performance by Karen Wright provides actionable insights to developing the habits and practices necessary to succeed in high-level leadership positions. Karen organized her insights into ten topical collections covering:

  • Health and fitness
  • Life plan
  • Relationships
  • Being a leader
  • Business basics
  • Career plan
  • Network
  • Learning and growth
  • Fun and interests
  • Reflection

Taken together, these collections focus on helping senior leaders create for themselves a life that fully supports health, stamina, reputation, skills, and relationships.

The Complete Executive closes with a 100-point self-assessment that enables readers to discover the areas of development requiring the most attention.

Benefits of Reading and Using this Book

StrategyDriven Contributors like The Complete Executive because of its immediately actionable recommendations to building ‘the whole executive.’ Whereas most books focus on just one aspect of leadership or restrict themselves to ‘the office,’ Karen goes beyond the confines of corporate life to address the wellbeing of the whole person. She recognizes that success does not begin or end within the office but is rather a result of the whole of a person’s life.

We found The Complete Executive to be an easy read; each insight accompanied by real world observations that highlighted the importance of the practice without being overly prescriptive or drawn out. As such, we believe Karen’s book would make a great compliment to any leadership development program, particularly one in which a key leadership principle is focused on each week.

The Complete Executive echoes many of the principles espoused by StrategyDriven and the StrategyDriven Professional websites; making it a StrategyDriven recommended read.

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