I read the book and found it to be perhaps the best book of its kind ( in that ‘Good to Great’ category of motivational and educational leadership books). Here’s why. I actually am using many of the suggestions you made in the book – and I’m a relatively confident leader with many of the attributes you cite in the book. Where I am falling short is paying closer attention to the operational and accountability stuff. I am putting together a plan for myself that is focused on improving in those areas. At my stage of the game, I’m picky about who gives me constructive advice, but I know what I do well and what I can do better. So kudos to you for writing an “easy to accept the constructive advice” book. It doesn’t matter where we are in our careers, the information you write about is real and is easy to understand how to put to good use.”
coaches CEOs to higher levels of success. He is a former CEO and has led teams as large as 7,000 people. Todd is the author of, Never Kick a Cow Chip On A Hot Day: Real Lessons for Real CEOs and Those Who Want To Be (Morgan James Publishing).