This is the most perfectly brilliant book about imperfect leadership that any great leader could possibly write. There is no other book like it. Unlike most political memoirs, it is not a tedious recollection of meetings and events.
Unlike corporate leadership texts, it is not a narrative of vainglorious self-congratulation either. Nor is it a self-indulgent confession of failure and wrongdoing. Instead, Steve Munby's Imperfect Leadership is an honest, open and articulate account of a life of leadership lived as a public servant for the public good in constantly changing times.
If you are or aspire to be a leader in the education or social sector, and if you have even an ounce of integrity, Imperfect Leadership is a must-read.