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In his new book H3 Leadership: Be Humble. Stay Hungry. Always Hustle, Brad Lomenick shares his hard-earned insights from more than two decades of work alongside leaders such as Jim Collins and Malcom Gladwell, Fortune 500 CEOs and start-up entrepreneurs. He breaks down the daily leadership habits and routines to help awaken and transform the way you lead. H3 Leadership uncovers 20 essential leadership habits that will build your core leadership framework and establish a clear path to long-term, sustainable influence.
Number of Pages: 230
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.38 X 5.5 (inches)|
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In his new book H3 LEADERSHIP: Be Humble. Stay Hungry. Always Hustle., Brad Lomenick shares his hard-earned insights from more than two decades of work alongside thought-leaders such as Jim Collins and Malcom Gladwell, Fortune 500 CEOs and start-up entrepreneurs. He categorizes 20 essential leadership habits organized into three distinct filters he calls "the 3 Hs": Humble (Who am I?), Hungry (Where do I want to go?) and Hustle (How will I get there?). These powerful words describe the leader who is willing to work hard, get it done, and make sure its not about him or her; the leader who knows that influence is about developing the right habits for success. Lomenick provides a simple but effective guide on how to lead well in whatever capacity the reader may be in.
Brad Lomenick is a strategic advisor and leadership consultant specializing in influence, innovation, generational issues and business strategy. He is a sought-after speaker at conferences, churches and colleges as well as author of The Catalyst Leader (Thomas Nelson, 2013). For over a decade, he served as lead visionary and president of Catalyst, one of Americas largest movements of Christian leaders. Under his watch, Catalyst convened hundreds of thousands of influencers through high-energy and experiential leadership conferences across the United States. Before running Catalyst, he spent five years involved in the growth of the nationally acclaimed Life@Work magazine and was a management consultant with Cornerstone Group. Before that, he served as foreman for Lost Valley Ranch, a four-diamond working guest ranch in the mountains of Colorado. Brad serves on the advisory board for Suffered Enough, the A21 Campaign, Red Eye Inc. and Praxis. Follow him on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram: @bradlomenick, or check out his blog: www.BradLomenick.com.
brianfalexanderCharlotte, NCAge: 18-24Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Just can't say enough good things about this title...October 6, 2015brianfalexanderCharlotte, NCAge: 18-24Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I cannot say enough about how much I loved H3 Leadership: Be Humble. Stay Hungry. Always Hustle.. You need to pick up this book and read it from cover to cover. I read Brads book "The Catalyst Leader" and feel like this was a great follow up to that offering from his leadership journey. This is the most practical leadership book that you will ever put your hands on. You will find a ton of tweet-able phrases and pull-quotes that you can share with others as you read. Makes reading fun, and interactive. I've already done some of that even though I have not finished this book, I plan to this weekend. It's just that GOOD!
I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Lindsay5 Stars Out Of 5A leadership must-readSeptember 25, 2015LindsayQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Are you stuck? Wondering what's next in your leadership journey? In mentoring young leaders as the president of Catalyst and in other leadership spheres, Brad Lomenick knows that the patterns we cultivate matter. He lays out twenty of these habits in H3: Leadership, sharing the personal and professional successes and failures he's experienced, as well as providing examples from others. The book is divided into three sections (humble, hungry, and hustle, as the sub-title suggests). Personally, my favorite chapters were both in the "hungry" section: "A Habit of Curiosity" which encourages readers to keep learning, and "A Habit of Innovation" which focuses on staying current, creative, and engaged. The book is easy to read, helpful, and succinct - a perfect book from which to read a couple of chapters on your lunch break - and it's providing a lot of clarity to me as I prepare to walk into my next season of leadership. I particularly liked the collaborative feel to H3: Leadership. Each chapter concludes with some commentary by other influential leaders. This is a book to buy in bulk - one for you, one for each leader on your team, and one for each of the up-and-coming leaders in your life.
MichaelIndian Trail, NCAge: 45-54Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5H3 LeadershipSeptember 14, 2015MichaelIndian Trail, NCAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4"H3 Leadership" by Brad Lomenick is a good title for anyone aspiring to be a leader of some kind. While the book appears to be targeted more towards a younger audience, more seasoned readers can find some good things also. The book is around 210 pages and covers the following topics
1. Effective leaders are not afraid to be themselves around their followers.
2. Meekness is not weakness but power under control.
3. The best leaders are people of integrity and principle.
4. Suggestions for developing faith habits in your life.
5. Tips for developing healthy ambition.
6. Ways to build the habit of bravery into your life.
7. Being disciplined will make you more effective.
8. Best practices for executing projects.
9. The leader is ultimately responsible for creating a favorable work environment.
10. Developing good working relationships with others makes an organization more effective.
A good read and will be a future reference for reflecting on being a more effective leader, servant, and influencer for God's glory.