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CIO Bookshelf: Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smart

In the book “Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smart” by Liz Wiseman she explains a groundbreaking exploration of leadership and its impact on organizational success. Wiseman introduces the concept of “Multipliers” – leaders who possess the exceptional ability to amplify the intelligence and talents of their team members. These Multipliers create a work environment that encourages growth, trust, and collaboration.

Through real-world case studies and examples, Wiseman illustrates how Multiplier leaders can transform their organizations, create a culture of excellence, and attract and retain top talent.

“Multipliers” is a guide for leaders at all levels, emphasizing that effective leadership is not about showcasing personal intelligence, but about cultivating an environment where collective intelligence and capabilities thrive. It develops the idea that leadership is the art of unleashing and nurturing the full potential of a team, resulting in increased innovation, productivity, and success in today’s fast-paced, competitive business landscape.

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