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Credible, by Amanda Goodall, is engaging and powerful. With many vivid examples from a range of industries and settings, she shows how two essential qualities of our species that we evolved to manifest - leadership and expertise - must actually be reflected within our very modern instantiation of groups within both for-profit and not-for-profit organisations. Groups must have leaders and these leaders must have deep knowledge about the group's core mission. With this simultaneously ancient and modern foundation, groups can thrive and succeed
Nicholas A. Christakis, author of BLUEPRINT and Sterling Professor of Social and Natural Science, Yale University
In her clear and invigorating book, Amanda Goodall lays out an essential message for our times: The very best leaders are those who are experts in what they are leading. If you've had nagging suspicions about the idea of generalist, all-purpose leaders, this well-researched book will validate your concerns. If you're currently a leader, aspire to be a leader, or are responsible for selecting and assessing leaders, Credible is a must-read
Donald C. Hambrick, Evan Pugh University Professor and Smeal Chaired Professor of Management, The Pennsylvania State University