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Australian Books

Character building

11 May 2019

9:00 AM

11 May 2019

9:00 AM

Having fired off his first challenge in paragraph one (‘Read every word of this book, but don’t believe a word of it.’), Riccardo Bosi invites the reader to take up plenty of challenges, all in the interest of forging the quality of leadership that is defined by words Bosi quotes from a Regimental Sergeant Major, of the Royal Australian Regiment, Warrant Officer Class One, Michael Hill: ‘The measure of a leader is not how many you lead, but how many will follow.

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