Mission Metamorphosis: Leadership for a Humane World

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Fast Company Press, Oct 20, 2020 - 200 pages

Innovative advice for leading with grit and humanity

This inspirational guide by Robin R. Ganzert, PhD, president and CEO of one of the most renowned charities in America, will equip you with the leadership tools you need to increase your business revenue and efficiency dramatically, all while effecting positive change in the world.

When Dr. Ganzert took over the struggling animal safety and welfare non-profit American Humane, she performed a fiscal and brand rescue, and the organization was reborn. In Mission Metamorphosis, Dr. Ganzert presents the inventive techniques she employed to revamp American Humane, turning it into a top-rated charity and honoring its historic legacy. She also offers concrete information for creating your own success story, including how to:

* Be a moral and ethical leader

* Achieve programmatic success

* Keep a brand fresh and relevant

* Promote constructive change in the community

* Tackle new problems with new solutions

* Bring in revenue every single day

By mixing engaging stories of animal rescue with prescriptive methods for growing and maintaining your business, Dr. Ganzert provides the motivation and tools required for you and your organization to survive and thrive.

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About the author (2020)

Robin R. Ganzert, PhD, serves as president and CEO of American Humane, the country's first national humane organization and the first to serve animals in need of rescue, shelter, or protection. She is a highly sought-after public speaker and is regularly featured in the media as an authoritative voice on animal welfare, having appeared on the TODAY Show, World News Tonight, CNN, and Fox Business News, among other programs. Her perspective has been featured in newspapers, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, and The Boston Globe.

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