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Lead without Blame by Diana Larsen and Tricia Broderick
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Sep 27, 2022 | ISBN 9781523000548

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“Diana Larsen and Tricia Broderick bring a wealth of experience, deep knowledge, and practical ideas to courageous leaders everywhere trying to break free of the baddest actors in the positive culture game: fear and blame.”
—Richard Sheridan, CEO and Chief Storyteller, Menlo Innovations, and author of Joy, Inc. and Chief Joy Officer

“The Leadership through Learning framework is simple and powerful. I will definitely be providing this book to my leadership teams.”
—Ted Ohr, Director, Global Customer Success, Google Cloud

“A practical guide to help build powerful autonomous teams while taking an insightful look at leadership fallacies that can cripple teams.”
—Tamani George, Vice President of Operations, Fit For Life

Lead without Blame provides insight for leaders who desire to shift from efficiency to effectiveness and from coercion to collaboration.”
—Leah Breen, Director, Office of Educator Excellence, Michigan Department of Education
“Larsen and Broderick provide thought-provoking, practical ideas that empower leaders to co-create resilient environments of learning.”
—Heidi Hefland, Vice President of Engineering, Kin Insurance, and author of Dynamic Reteaming
“Diana Larsen and Tricia Broderick have created a pathway to high performance that is non–command and control, is absent the pressures for leaders to blame, and results in resilient learning teams. In other words, it leads to team integration and collaboration that drives continuous performance.”
—Stu Winby, CEO, SPRING Network
“The authors understand that as leaders, it is always our priority to develop great people. They share a passion for healthy workplaces that support engaged, productive teams and value collaborative relationships.”
—Heidi J. Musser, board member, board advisor, and former Vice President and CIO, USAA
“Developing a culture of learning that removes shame and invites curiosity unlocks the fullest potential of your teams.”
—Mark Franz, Director of Production, Vela Games

“Full of insights and practical tools, this book is a mind opener for receptive leaders who are looking for a more impactful, lasting, inspirational, and humane leadership style that allows them to build resilient learning teams as the foundation of healthier organizations.”
—Juan Banda, Community Developer, Latam
“This book is like having a coach on call. It will help all leaders who want to help their teams grow, and I’m looking forward to sharing it!”
—Nadya Duke Boone, Chief Product Officer, DAT Freight & Analytics
Lead without Blame is generous in offering prescribed leadership tools and insights and will remain open on my desk for ongoing reference.”
—Stephanie Norton, National Director of Sales, UKG, Inc.
“In helping leaders move from shame and blame to learning and growing, Larsen and Broderick not only increase the impact and joyfulness in the leader’s work, they help the organization get more of what it wants to create.”
—Lyssa Adkins, Agile and leadership coach and author of Coaching Agile Teams
“This is a book I’m excited about! As an instructor of graduate Agile management classes, I’ve now found an unexpected variety of learning approaches for leaders and appreciate the addition of ‘Reflections for Your Learnings’ and ‘But What Ifs’ in the book.”
—Ainsley Nies, coauthor of Liftoff and former instructor at Golden Gate University

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