Belly Song Press, 2016
From bosses to parents, politicians to protesters, power rests in the hands of everyone, everywhere. But how many leaders are prepared for the responsibility? Power may corrupt, but using it well is within our grasp.
Combining cutting-edge psychological theory with practical exercises, stories, and examples from the author's international career as a leadership coach and consultant, Power: A User's Guide
is an easy-to-read, comprehensive crash course in developing one's external authority, navigating high-power roles and responsibilities, and finding personal power within. In addition, it gives readers of all kinds the tools and instructions to find their Powerprints: each person's unique map of their different kinds of power. Never before has the world more needed a 'Driver's Ed' for power. This book fills that need.