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MultipliersBy Liz Wiseman, Greg McKeown

In a Nutshell

Multipliers helps us become more efficient leaders by magnifying the strengths of our team and dealing with managers that pull everyone down.

Favorite quote

The highest quality of thinking cannot emerge without learning. Learning can't happen without mistakes.

Liz Wiseman

Introduction

As a high school athlete, Earvin 'Magic' Johnson was so good at basketball that his coach had his teammates get him the ball as often as possible. The team won a lot because of Magic's incredible skills. There was only one problem―at the end of each game, Magic felt disheartened at the sad faces of his teammates and their parents who didn't get to see them shine.

The nickname 'Magic' came after Johnson implemented an idea he had to fix this problem. Rather than being the center of attention and all the team's points, he decided to see how he could utilize his skills to help his colleagues be their best. Eventually, he developed the astounding art of improving the abilities of every teammate.

Magic's story is an example of a Multiplier, or a leader that takes the talents of their team and multiplies them. In Liz Wiseman's Multipliers, find out the key traits of a Multiplier leader and how to become one yourself.

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