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Praise for Building Character
"There is no shortcut to building leadership character! However, Gene Klann's book Building Character is excellent at organizing one's behaviors and creating awareness of the best practices to achieve your desired character outcome."
—Keith A. Holliday, vice president, First Citizens Bank
"Klann correctly identifies the learning process for leaders and the necessary tools of leaders in all walks of life. If you want a practical model for leaders and leadership training, read this book!"
—Major General William F. Burns, U.S. Army (Retired);Distinguished Fellow, U.S. Army War College
"One only has to know Gene Klann for a short time to understand how deeply he cares about the positive effects of leadership qualities like character and integrity. When Gene speaks on these topics, I make the time to listen."
—Michael Kleist, vice president of information engineering, WSI
"Klann's astute insight into human behavior has been honed through years of real-life experience, from leading our military troops in the front lines to mediating in the corporate board room. His insights are invaluable."
—Charles Lange, president and CEO, CIGNYS
"Leadership successes, or failures, are the result of moral and ethical choices...the choices of character. All who lead—or want to lead—should open this book and dig in."
—General Hal M. Hornburg, U.S. Air Force (Retired); partner, Strategic Message Solutions
"Klann courageously confronts key challenges to personal integrity in this politically correct world of the new century with a book that should be read by any individual who wishes to be considered a leader."
—Lt. Col. Michael J. Barry, U.S. Army (Retired)
About the Author.
1. Character and Leadership.
2. Five Influential Attributes.
8. Next Steps.
Appendix A: Personal Values.
Appendix B: Assessing Leadership Character.
Appendix C: A Checklist of Good Leader Behaviors.
Appendix D: Leadership Character Scenarios.
Appendix E: Integrated Plan for Developing Leadership Character.
References and Suggested Readings.
About the Center for Creative Leadership.