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From the Publisher"At a time when CEOs and celebrities are synonymous, Co-Leaders offers riveting stories about the quiet powers behind the glaring spotlight of success. Heenan and Bennis, co-leaders themselves, give us an advanced look into the new management style for the Next Millennium."--Kenneth Blanchard and Spenser Johnson, co-authors, The One Minute Manager
"Co-Leaders taps into an area of management yet untouched by other authors....[It] eloquently describes what these "back-up" leaders look like and convincingly makes the case for why every great organization needs one."--Jerry Porras, co-author, Built to Last
"At a time when CEOs and celebrities are synonymous, Co-Leaders offers riveting stories about the quiet powers behind the glaring spotlight of success. David Heenan and Warren Bennis, Co-Leaders themselves, give us an advanced look into the new management style for the Next Millennium." --Ken Blanchard and Spenser Johnson, co-authors, The One Minute Manager
"Building an enduringly great organization requires more than just a visionary CEO. An outstanding co-leader is necessary also. Heenan and Bennis' persuasive argument for the importance of second-in-command and their in-depth descriptions of successful 'back-up' leaders make Co-Leaders a superlative read." --Jerry Porras, Lane Professor of Organizational Behavior and Change, Stanford University, and co-author, Built to Last
"Co-Leaders is a compelling primer on establishing a co-leadership culture and managing in the New Millennium." --Steve Case, co-founder, Chairman and CEO, America Online, Inc.
"Through their fascinating stories of great co-leaders, Dave Heenan and Warren Bennis remind us that you don't have to be captain of the team to find success. Important reading for aspiring leaders." --Brent Scowcroft, President, The Scowcroft Group and former National Security Advisor to President Bush
"Dave Heenan and Warren Bennis have done a masterful job of capturing just how important collaboration and teamwork are...Must reading for every executive." --Ed Villani, President and CEO, Scudder Kemper Investments, Inc.