THE DICHOTOMY OF LEADERSHIP. JOCKO WILLINK - LEIF BABIN. Libro en papel. 9781250195777 LIBRERIA 9 3/4
THE DICHOTOMY OF LEADERSHIP

THE DICHOTOMY OF LEADERSHIP

JOCKO WILLINK - LEIF BABIN

$ 133,000.00
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Editorial:
SQUARE FISH
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Fiction - non fiction
ISBN:
978-1-250-19577-7

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