Reviews

  • Will get you thinking, regardless of what you know about conducting or leadership

    Management Today
  • As we make our way up the ranks, we become less connected to the front lines and may often know less than we feel comfortable admitting. Itay Talgam encourages us to open our minds and shows us that our ignorance can be our greatest advantage

    Simon Sinek, optimist and author of Start with Why and Leaders Eat Last
  • Talgam inspires us to think beyond leadership dogma and for the first time learn to truly listen

    Nir Eyal, author of Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products
  • A great conductor stands alone in front of an orchestra, but knows that it is the collective genius of the group that creates something incredible. In this book, Itay Talgam reveals the counterintuitive lessons that business leaders can learn from world-famous conductors about empowering organizations and audiences

    Ryan Holiday, author of Obstacle is the Way
  • Music is magic and Itay Talgam's book lets us stand beside him to revel in that magic in leadership, and life

    David Marquet, author of Turn the Ship Around!: A True Story of Turning Followers into Leaders
  • An enthralling portrait of some of music's most fascinating conductors that serves as a vehicle for a remarkably thoughtful study of leadership. No musical experience needed - Itay Talgam brings the baton wielding personalities to life and the lessons ring clear

    General Stanley McChrystal, author of Team of Teams
  • Itay uses his knowledge of leading an orchestra to provide unique insight into business leadership ... When Itay speaks of the orchestra--conductors, players, and orchestral dynamics--his perspectives translate beautifully to the business world

    Anne Loehr, Huffington Post