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The Cheeseburger Theory and other leadership observations is an exciting collection of valuable insights from interacting with and watching successful leaders--even some unsuccessful ones. Author Dr. Tommy Weir is fascinated with the ways great "bosses" do their jobs.
You could call him a leadership junkie; actually he is a self-professing leadership nerd--although not too nerdy. His days are spent observing leaders and helping them become the best they can.
Dr. Weir has spent his professional life working with leaders. He has advised countless CEOs and business leaders. People want to hear what he has to say, as a sought-after speaker on global leadership issues noted for his perception and innovative presentation. This book collects many of his insights and presents them in an engrossing series of "to the point" articles.
Far more important in his mind than the theory behind leadership, is the practical side of it. This comes alive in The Cheeseburger Theory and other leadership observations as Dr. Weir puts forth practical insights from everyday leadership exchanges. Observing how leaders lead eventually allowed him to learn directly from many of the world's great CEOs.
The result has been a growing collection of books about global leadership, with The Cheeseburger Theory and other leadership observations being the latest addition. The observations in this book, each forming its own concise chapter, are engaging and practical. Each contains valuable ideas built around perceptive observation of leaders in action. Even though the observations are light and readable, and completely free of technical jargon, they remain thought-provoking and will spark the reader's curiosity and interest.