Essential Lessons on Leadership by Doug Lennick

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Understand the surprisingly robust links between morality and business success – and learn how to improve both!


Learn how to succeed at the highest levels, without sacrificing the principles that make life worth living… discover why doing what’s right is the surest way to optimize and sustain business value… understand the powerful correlation between strong moral principles and business success… successfully promote “moral intelligence” throughout your organization!


From world-renowned leaders and experts, including Jon M. Huntsman, James F. Parker, Doug Lennick, and Fred Kiel


About Doug Lennick

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Jon M. Huntsman is chairman and founder of Huntsman Corporation. He started the firm with his brother Blaine in 1970. By 2000, it had become the world's largest privately held chemical company and America's biggest family owned and operated business, with more than $12 billion in annual revenues before going public in early 2005. James F. Parker served as CEO and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Southwest Airlines Co. from June 2001 through July 2004, three of the airline industry's most challenging years. He is a member of the Advisory Council for the MIT Leadership Center at MIT's Sloan Business School. Doug Lennick led 14,000 professionals and support teams at American Express Financial Advisors to unparalleled success. Today, in addition to his work as managing partner of the Lennick Aberman Group, he continues to work directly with American Express Company's CEO, retaining the title of EVP and focusing on workforce culture and performance. Fred Kiel, Ph.D., co-founder of KRW International, Inc., brings over 30 years of experience to his work with Fortune 500 CEOs and senior executives on building organizational effectiveness through leadership excellence and aligning organization with mission. He is often called the “father of executive coaching.”
Published January 4, 2011 by FT Press. 540 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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