Confessions from the Corner Office: 15 Instincts That Will Help You Get There

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John Wiley & Sons, Sep 28, 2007 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
Praise for Confessions from the Corner Office

"As usual, Aylward and Moore have created a path that helps the reader identify and develop critical instincts, behaviors that not only create energy around business life, but can make personal lives richer and more rewarding."
---- Kenneth Keymer, CEO and President, VICORP Restaurants

"However you define your corner office, this book helps you develop the instincts you need to build deeper relationships and be more successful both personally and professionally."
---- Andy Andrews, author of the New York Times bestseller, The Traveler's Gift

"In Confessions, authors Aylward and Moore capture the reality of our humanity within the corridors of corporate America with real stories about real people."
---- Clifton L. Taulbert, Pulitzer Prize-nominated author of The Last Train North

"An insightful, practical guide to achieving a winning management style. I applaud the authors' ability to motivate with empathy rather than intimidation."
---- Jerry Langley, Executive in Residence,Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame

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About the author (2007)

SCOTT AYLWARD and PATTYE MOORE are cofounders of INSTINCTS, LLC, a company dedicated to helping up-and-coming executives develop their leadership instincts and skills. Moore is the former president of Sonic Corp., parent company of Sonic, the largest drive-in restaurant chain in the United States. Aylward is the former chairman and CEO of Barkley Evergreen & Partners, the largest employee-owned advertising agency in the United States. During Aylward's tenure as CEO, Barkley Evergreen was recognized as one of the fastest growing agencies in the country. With Moore at Sonic and Aylward leading Sonic's advertising agency, Sonic grew from less than $900 million to just over $3 billion in system-wide sales; store-level volume and profit more than doubled; and Sonic was consistently ranked by Forbes magazine and other business publications as one of the best franchising opportunities and one of the fastest growing companies in the country.

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