Jacinda Ardern: A New Kind of Leader Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
©2020 Madeleine Chapman (P)2020 Aurora Audio Books
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|Listening Length||7 hours and 58 minutes|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||01 August 2020|
|Publisher||Isis Publishing Ltd|
|Best Sellers Rank||
401 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
4 in Biographies of Politicians
7 in Biographies of Political Leaders
147 in Humour & Entertainment (Books)
4.3 out of 5
20 global ratings
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Reviewed in Australia on 30 August 2020
Jacinda is a true leader of the new generation, and this book confirms that. It was great learning of her journey for those of us that don’t live in NZ and only see it from afar. My only disappointment with this book that it wasn’t written by her, but none the less a really great and inspirational read.
Reviewed in Australia on 8 September 2020
Love love loved this book! What a challenge Jacinda overcame to be PM of New Zealand. I was a fan before this book but an even bigger fan now. Go Jacinda - doing New Zealand proud!
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Such an inspiring leader and well written bookReviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 November 2020
I couldn’t put this book down right from the start. It was well laid out, covered Jacinda’s journey from childhood until the most recent updates on how she handled Covid 19. I was moved all over again by the Christchurch event, remembering how I felt at that exact moment when it happened. It covered the both the successes and struggles Jacinda faced as a young female politician. I just love how it portrays who Jacinda Ardern really is, the inspiring leader we all know. Highly recommended.
Really admire the subject - worth reading for that aloneReviewed in the United States on 4 April 2020
Two things - I really like the author, and I really like and admire Jacinda Ardern. I did learn some interesting things in reading the book, but I found it a bit disjointed as in jumping around timewise. I see the intent - cover a significant incident as a subject on it's own, and then have a catchall to interpret say leadership style in which the incident is discussed again as an example, but it didn't quite flow for me by doing it the way it was done here.
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