Originally posted on Quartz:
Yet their workers could chase away evil worms and cultivate courage by reading and sharing Neil Gaiman‘s Instructions (2010), a 40-page children’s book that may resonate with leaders or anyone steering their business into unknown territories.
Every year, authors produce a sea of business and leadership books with titles such as Rita Gunther McGrath’s The End of Competitive Advantage and Lois Frankel’s Nice Girls Still Don’t Get the Corner Office. They share strategy and corporate stories and may be useful in leadership development or managing change.
Yet few are as compelling, as concise or magical, as a simple journey into a child’s picture book.
“People can chose easily to get stuck in the known and lose sight of the potential,” said Pam Rogers…
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