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Jack Hanlon, an experienced automotive parts company executive, is conflicted between changing strategies where his decision-making skills are tested. Through his transformation, Jack becomes aware of the internal and external forces, hidden and covert influences that preserve the status quo.
|Series:||The Impostors: Stories of Leadership Transformation , #1|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||6 MB|
About the Author
Dr. Stephen Long is the founder and president of Motere Consulting, a performance enhancement consulting firm providing management assessment and management development services. Formerly the Head of Performance Psychology in the Human Performance Lab at the US Air Force Academy and the Director of the Peak Performance Clinic at the University of Kansas, Dr. Long built a statistically-based predictive model of Human Performance & Leadership that has been applied to enhance performance and develop effective leaders in business, athletics, academics, arts and the military. Dr. Long has been identified as one of North America’s top Applied Performance Psychologists where he specializes in Human Performance, Leadership Effectiveness, Talent Optimization and Strategic Execution. His model explains why effectiveness is more important than talent. Intelligence, imagination and knowledge are essential for leadership, but by themselves those inherent attributes set limits to what executives can achieve. His model, however, converts those qualities into tangible results. Dr. Long’s clients average 115% improvement in financial performance with a zero rate. A resident of Colorado Springs, Dr. Long enjoys hiking, biking, camping and fly fishing. Please refer to www.motereconsulting.com for more information.