Leadership Requires Extra Innings: Lessons on Leading from a Life in the Trenches

Leadership Requires Extra Innings: Lessons on Leading from a Life in the Trenches

by Ritch K Eich PhD
     
 
During more than 30 years of working with a "who's who" in agriculture, hospitals, academe, and the military, Ritch Eich has learned first-hand that leadership success often requires "extra innings." There are no shortcuts to becoming a great leader, but the journey can be incredible. In this book, he shares the lessons he has learned from a lifetime in the

Overview

During more than 30 years of working with a "who's who" in agriculture, hospitals, academe, and the military, Ritch Eich has learned first-hand that leadership success often requires "extra innings." There are no shortcuts to becoming a great leader, but the journey can be incredible. In this book, he shares the lessons he has learned from a lifetime in the trenches.

Through a collection of 40 insightful and easy-to-digest essays, Ritch provides readers with practical ideas for leading in a constantly changing and challenging world.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615861074
Publisher:
Eich Associated
Publication date:
12/20/2013
Pages:
234
Sales rank:
639,658
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Ritch K. Eich has spent the last four decades studying the philosophies and fundamentals of true leaders. He's worked with or for a who's who of world leaders, from Howard Holmes (Jiffy Mix) to Tom Monaghan (Domino's Pizza founder) to Charles Walgreen, Jr. (Walgreen Drug Stores). Ritch is cofounder and president of Eich Associated, a strategic leadership, marketing, and communications consulting firm; an adjunct professor at California Lutheran University; a frequent speaker and blogger on leadership and marketing; and a former columnist for various business and professional publications. His first book, Real Leaders Don't Boss: Inspire, Motivate and Earn Respect from Employees and Watch Your Organization Soar, was published in 2012 by Career Press.

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