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The Future Leader: Creating & Transforming Next Gen Organizations, by Jonathan H. Westover, PhD.

Stemming from two decades of professional experience and over 600 in-depth interviews with executives, thought leaders, and scholars from across the globe, The Future Leader will help you explore the ordinary, everyday actions that will help you to prepare to lead in the future of work, to respond to an uncertain future, and to produce extraordinary results for individuals, teams, and organizations. 

The Future Leader includes 25 chapters, broken up into four parts:

  • Part 1: Preparing for the Future of Work (Chapters 2 – 9)

  • Part 2: A Focus on Growth and Abundance (Chapters 10 – 16)

  • Part 3: A Focus on Psychological Safety (Chapters 17 – 24)

  • Part 4: Pulling it All Together (Chapter 25) 


Following each chapter, you are encouraged to engage in critical self-reflection, with key take-aways and guiding questions provided.

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'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership: The Journey of Becoming a Truly Remarkable Leader, by Jonathan H. Westover, PhD.

Early in my adult life, I learned about an Asian proverb that translates as ‘Bluer than Indigo.' If you think about the color indigo, it is a brilliant, deep and vibrant blue — what some would call the bluest of blues. To have something that is “bluer than indigo” is rare and truly remarkable.

Contrary to popular myth, there is no one-size-fits-all or cookie cutter approach to effective leadership. There is no silver bullet, no secret sauce, no go-to model that will solve all our problems. The truth is, great leaders have all had their unique strengths (and flaws) and have all had to discover and then pave their own distinctive path in their life’s journey to fulfill their leadership potential.

‘Bluer than Indigo’ Leadership will help you discover your own path and explore those ordinary, everyday actions that will help you respond to an uncertain future and produce extraordinary results for individuals, teams, and organizations.

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The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership: Ordinary, Everyday Actions that Produce Extraordinary Results, by Jonathan H. Westover, PhD.

Consider how the nature of work has shifted over the past 50 years. With increased globalization, rapid technological advancement, and a shift in economic composition, the average jobs of today look very little like the average jobs 50 years ago. What will the jobs and organizations of tomorrow look like? Moreover, what does this all mean for organizational leaders? What are the core competencies and capabilities of organizations and their leadership that are prepared for continued disruption and geo-political and socio-economic shifts? Regardless of what the future holds, increasingly leaders need to be socially-minded, data-driven, decisive, champions of talent, and disruptors of the traditional notions of leadership, teams, organizations, and work. The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership will help you to explore your own leadership competencies and capabilities and consider ways to apply and implement them into your workplace and personal life.

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The Art of War, by Sun Tzu (with Forward by Jonathan H. Westover, PhD.)

The Art of War is an ancient Chinese military treatise dating from roughly 5th century BC, attributed to the Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu. In what has been heralded one of the greatest military strategy texts ever written, The Art of War has also found contemporary application in organizational leadership and strategy circles, with many leaders across governments and industries learning from its ancient Chinese wisdom.


About this edition of The Art of War:


This official edition of The Art of War is the unaltered, uncommented, edited text as written by Sun Tzu in the translation of Lionel Giles, first published in 1910. Giles original translation of The Art of War includes commentaries and historical asides that have been removed.

This edition of The Art of War is a 135 page long 5.25 X 8 paperback edition with cream paper and a red matte cover. It is a thin book that reads in about one hour, divided into 13 chapters. Additionally, many descriptive pictures have been included throughout to add to your reading experience and contemplation.

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