21 December 2015

Adapt or Die: Leadership Principles From an American General by Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Rick Lynch with Mark Dagostino

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The world needs you to lead.
And in order to lead, you need to adapt.

Sharing stories from the front and insights born from overcoming adversity on the battlefield and in the boardroom, Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Rick Lynch offers nine impactful leadership principles to help you develop your own effective, flexible leadership style. From earning respect and working effectively with diverse teams to adapting to new technology and laying a foundation of trust built upon integrity, these principles are what separate the leader who is merely equipped and the leader who excels.

Are you ready to start your training?

Adapt or Die: Leadership Principles From an American General is an interesting read in which Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Rick Lynch shares insight gained from his experience and success in the military. This book is straightforward and easy to read with clear principles and advice for leaders. It’s an interesting read, though I’m not really a fan of success-oriented books, and could be a benefit to readers looking to hone their leadership skills.

Thanks to Baker Book Bloggers, I received a copy of Adapt or Die and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

About the Authors
Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Rick Lynch has commanded at all levels of the Army, from company to Corps to commander of all U.S. Army installations. He spent a total of over thirty months in Iraq, including fifteen months as one of the leaders of the 2007 surge, and is now president and CEO of R Lynch Enterprises. He and his wife, Sarah, live in Texas.

Mark Dagostino is a New York Times bestselling coauthor and former senior writer for People magazine. He wrote Courage to Stand with Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty, and is the coauthor of Rudy: My Story with Notre Dame legend Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger. He lives in New Hampshire.

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