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Aan die stuur: my leierskapsreis | Management & Business

Brand Pretorius

Brand Pretorius knows what it means to be a leader: he was at the head of Toyota South Africa during its heyday, and took over as chief executive at the McCarthy Group. He knows that leadership means making hard and unpopular decisions with an eye on the long term.
 
He writes about his four decades in business and the lessons he learnt. He illustrates his lessons on leadership with tales from his illustrious career in motoring, like how it feels to be in a Formula 1 racing car with one of the world’s best drivers.
 
This book gives a rare insight into what it means to do business in South Africa, and how a South African business leader can navigate all of our country’s complexities.
 
Filled with the wisdom of hard experience, with lessons which, though in the first instance aimed at business people, can be applied in any sphere of life.
 
An inspirational and gripping book.

Also available in English: In the Driving Seat: Lessons in Leadership

Click here to read an interview with Brand.
 

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Mentorskap sy 'diensplig' (Die Burger)
Kirby van der Merwe

23/03/2013

In Aan die stuur roer Pretorius onder meer die kwessies aan: Die einskappe en vaardighede wat nodig is vir doeltreffende leierskap; inspirerende leierskap in aksie; leierskap in diensuitnemendheid en suksesvolle bemarking; hoe sakeleiers kan bydrae tot 'n beter Suid-Afrika en die uitdagings wat in die toekoms op leiers wag en hoe hulle sal moet aanpas. 

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Aan die stuur: my leierskapsreis | Management & Business


Author: Brand Pretorius
Category: Management & Business
ISBN: 9780624056652
Date Released: 20 February 2013
Price (incl. VAT): R 260.00
Format: Soft cover, 272pp

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Brand Pretorius


Brand Pretorius is widely known in South Africa as “Mr Motor”. He was managing director of Toyota South Africa Marketing from 1988 to 1995, and then at the head...