Mr. Gabor’s experiences in Europe and America and how they relate and apply to managers and leaders are examined. He defines good leadership and successful companies, introduces tried-out management methods that work, and provides a short discussion on politics and voting. He describes his professional career from contributor to CEO, the distinguishing factors between leaders and managers, the benefits of teamwork, and the importance of team building. He provides summaries on methods of identifying and solving complex problems, management, and leadership training as well as conducting meetings and interviews. Mr. Gabor presents a few unique cases of hiring and firing employees and the importance of integrity.
His conclusions are summarized at the end of the book, followed by an addendum on how to discover your talents and apply them to find what the purpose of one’s life should be.