In a world quickly becoming more virtual, human relations skills are being lost -- along with the skill of leadership. There is a vacuum of leadership in many of our major institutions: government, education, business, religion, the arts. This crisis has arisen in part because many of those institutions have been reinvented with the technological revolution we are experiencing. Scientific progress in general, and technological progress in particular, has been seen as a solution to many of our problems, and technology can distribute the answers to those problems far more quickly and efficiently across the globe. But in the midst of this technological boom, people are becoming isolated from each other. What's needed is a new type of leader -- one who can inspire and motivate others in the new virtual world while never losing sight of the timeless leadership principles. In this book, readers can learn all the secrets of leadership mastery: * Gain the respect and admiration of others using little-known secrets of the most successful leaders. * Get family, friends, and co-workers to do what you ask because they want to do it, not because they have to. * Respond effectively when under crisis using proven techniques for thinking clearly and reducing anxiety under pressure. A valuable tool that stands next to the classic How to Win Friends and Influence People, Leadership Mastery offers a proven formula for success.