The former CEO of General Electric, one of the most influential CEO's, shares the ideas and values of leadership he learned through times of crises. Jeff Immelt has always been one of my leadership role models.
'In my experience, a lot of young Muslims feel they have to stray from Islam to earn people's respect. My belief, and my message, is the opposite- that doing the right thing and being proud of your identity and beliefs will bring you real success - and even more than that, respect for yourself and your faith.' FAITH, FOOTBALL and FAMILY is the long-awaited autobiography from one of the AFL's most fascinating men.
My Autobiography - Winner of the 2020 Sports Book of the Year A redemption tale like no other- Behind the Mask is an unflinching autobiography from the British People's Champion that details - for the first time ever - the extraordinary story of the rise and fall and rise again of Tyson Fury
∗BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week∗ Benjamin Zephaniah, who has travelled the world for his art and his humanitarianism, now tells the one story that encompasses it all: the story of his life. In the early 1980s when punks and Rastas were on the streets protesting about unemployment, homelessness and the National Front, Benjamin’s poetry could be heard at demonstrations, outside police stations and on the dance floor. His mission was to take poetry everywhere, and to popularise it by reaching people who didn’t read books.
The highs and lows of being a vet in the Yorkshire Dales are perfectly captured in James Herriot's All Creatures Great and Small which contains If Only They Could Talk and It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet.
The highs and lows of being a vet in the Yorkshire Dales are perfectly captured in James Herriot's All Things Bright and Beautiful. This omnibus edition comprises the majority of chapters from Let Sleeping Vets Lie and Vets in Harness.
Christopher Clarey is the tennis correspondent for the New York Times and has covered international sports for nearly 30 years for the Times and International Herald Tribune, where he was chief sports correspondent and a longtime columnist.