Washing Away the Pain

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AuthorHouse, 2003 - Poetry - 112 pages
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"Leading the Pack" is a must read and a refreshing change from an academic approach to a realistic world view of Leadership in privately held businesses in the 21st century. Academic theory is one thing and practical application in real life, everyday, challenging, pressure packed, and stress related circumstances is an entirely different scenario. College studies don't relate to the numerous diversified and complicated cultural leadership challenges a President or CEO is likely to face on a day to day basis while trying to maximize profit, create or maintain competitive advantage and grow market share. "Leading the Pack" focuses on all the leadership issues that are likely to keep you up at night. Rick does an excellent job outlining the success formulas for being an effective "Lead Wolf" executive facing the diversified challenges of the 21st century for privately held businesses. Tom Marino, CEO, Exotic Automation & Supply

 

"When it comes to understanding leadership as it applies to business today --- this book is Outstanding...the content is very informational and intuitive.  The book is written in a reader friendly format with case studies that even the layperson can understand.  You will go away after reading this book with a deeper insight on leadership, not only in the business world but also in life a book for EVERYONE to benefit from.  Take the initiative and become a Lead Wolf!."               Heather Parsons, Professor, University of Dayton

 

Leading the Pack is a well written book about the dynamics of managing change and leading people. Rick emphasizes the value of respect for employees and their contribution to the success of the organization.  Whether personal or corporate, change is inevitable and Johnson does a great job describing the qualities of successful leaders in a variety of business environments.  His use of "thought provokers" and tabular data makes this book an easy but stimulating read, appropriate for all levels of management.   John Stockhausen, President,

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