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One part leadership “bible,” two parts executive workbook, Contextual Intelligence is a necessary tool in every manager’s arsenal. Kutz’s new book skillfully defines “contextual intelligence,” warns us of obstacles to demonstrating Contextual Intelligence, then outlines ways in which to implement it at work and at home.Matthew Kutz is a brilliant student of leadership and management and knows what works effectively in these arenas. Brilliant.
Marshall Goldsmith - million-selling author of the New York Times bestsellers, MOJO and What Got You Here Won't Get You There; and Thinkers50 Award Winner (Harvard Business Review) for Most-Influential Leadership Thinker in the World
Retired CEO and Chairman
Sky Financial Group (formerly Mid Am Inc.)
I have taught leadership programs for the last 40 plus years and I have studied principles written by some of the best authors in the world. I became a collector of many ideas and thoughts from these authors and even included how to win a war using the Principles of War from our United States Military. Coupled with my own experiences of managing a multibillion dollar bank holding company, I became invited all over the country to speak. Now retired and wishing that I would have had the writings and thoughts from Matt Kutz, how much better I would have been. His book is state of the art and should be included in discussing any leadership program that is taught today. This is a great book.
- An Assessment of 12 Components of Contextual Intelligence
- An Evaluation of Hindsight, Insight, and Foresight
- Practical Next Steps to Improve Contextual Intellegence
- The Opportunity to Have Friends Provide Feedback (if Desired)