Great leadership is "the art of moving people and situations profitably." This book simply, yet profoundly, sets out these lessons, with clear and current examples of their implementation: * Confidence: true confidence stems from a knowledge of life, people and the technical aspects of all spheres of a situation/business.* E-Do factor: people are complex beings, yet life is simple and comprises only two processes-evaluating and doing.* Do-Done principle: this must be one of the oldest teachings around-do to others as you'd have done to you.* Law of movement: since great leadership is the art of movement it is necessary to look at what factors make for effective movement.* Adjustor: no plan or task, whether corporate or personal, is ever without its obstacles.* Resistance to movement: learning that resistance is not necessarily your enemy, but rather a worthy opponent.* Attitudinal modes: this is not simply about positive thoughts reaping positive rewards.* Confrontation: most people avoid confrontation altogether while others innately believe it will be unpleasant so launch into any confrontational situation in defence-mode.These are just a few of the principles set out in this book. It is logically and simply constructed and makes use of examples that a parent can apply to a home environment as well as a CEO to the boardroom.