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A conductor reveals powerful leadership lessons by explaining the inner workings of a symphony orchestraRoger Nierenberg a veteran conductor is the creator of The Music Paradigm a uniue program that invites people to sit INSIDE a professional symphony orchestra as the musicians and conductor solve problems togetherHe captures that experience in Maestro A Surprising Story about Leading by Listeni. Maestro is an excellent leadership book on the level of Who Moved My Cheese It speaks about leadership from the perspective of being a conductor in a symphony It does a nice job in thelast chapters of the book to show how this process can be used in everyday businesses and organizations too The book follows the interactions of a business leader and a conductor I think one of the strongest points is the importance of creating and having a vision for your business andorganization and being sure that everyone in your business and organization know and understand that vision The book gave me some excellent insights to how my church choral director artistically leads us now and it can be used in all organizations In your first reading you may not understand the points the book is trying to read but with some review and re reading it will become apparent For others the points the will be clear the first time It is another leadership book but I really feel it has some excellent ideas for all of us to use

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P of the whole piece not just their individual parts A maestro leads by listening When people sense genuine open mindedness they offer of their talent If not they get defensive and hold back their best ideas Truly great leaders whether conductors striving for perfect harmony or CEOs reaching for excellence act with a vision of their organization at its bestFor information visit wwwMaestroBookcom. Maestro Roger Nierenberg s book is a MUST HAVE for every leader The lessons of conducting an orchestra and leading organizations are common than you would think The book provides so many insights and lessons that your leadership will dramatically improve by implementing the tips shared in the bookBravo

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Ng a parable about a rising executive tough challenges The narrator befriends an orchestra conductor and is inspired to think about leadership and communication in an entirely new wayFor instance A maestro doesn't micromanage but encourages others to develop their own solutions There's a big difference between conducting and trying to play all the instruments A maestro helps people feel ownershi. SurprisingI chose this book because it was recommended on a social media site for band directors While I don t think it gave me a lot for teaching middle school band it really made me think about leadership and the role of a conductor but also about leadership outside of the music world I come from a family with uite a few business owners and I m not sure they ever thought or even think of business in this way Principals business leaders musicians and conductors can all find value in this book At least some thought provocation anyway


10 thoughts on “Maestro author Roger Nierenberg

  1. says:

    What a wonderful book on leadership I have never heard of the author of the book but saw it in a second hand store and the

  2. says:

    I was surprised how much I loved this book I read a lot of business books written in the “fable” format and in most cas

  3. says:

    Maestro is an excellent leadership book on the level of Who Moved My Cheese It speaks about leadership from the perspective of being a conductor in a symphony It does a nice job in thelast chapters of the book to show how this process can be used in everyday businesses and organizations too The book follows the interactions of a business leader and a conductor I think one of the strongest points is the importance of creating and having a

  4. says:

    This was part of an extra credit for my Global Healthcare Systems class this past semester The title caught my att

  5. says:

    SurprisingI chose this book because it was recommended on a social media site for band directors While I don’t think it gave me a lot for teaching middle school band it really made me think about leadership and the role of a conductor but also about leadership outside of the music world I come from a family with uite a few business owners and I’m not sure they ever thought or even think of business in this way Principals bus

  6. says:

    Nierenberg's idea of applying the wisdom of conducting to business scenarios is not a new one but he does a very good job of describing the connections between the two fields in this parable While I'm not sure that transformational leadership can be learned from a book this might be a good starting point keepin

  7. says:

    Another worthless business bookFiction stories serve no purpose in illustrating business practices If you have a good management idea find a real world exampleThese stories of the beleaguered exec finding enlightenment from an unlikely mystic s

  8. says:

    Maestro Roger Nierenberg's book is a MUST HAVE for every leader The lessons of conducting an orchestra and leading organizations are common than you would think The book provides so many insights and lessons that your leadership will dramatically improve by implementing the tips shared in the bookBravo

  9. says:

    nice perspective on leadership and shows leadership is about enabling collaboration and communities

  10. says:

    IntroductionWith praise showered on this book from the likes of Marshall Goldsmith NYT bestselling author of Succe