Al Checchi “The Change Maker”

October 31st, 2011

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Al Checchi is a change maker. As he tells in a new memoir, Checchi helped shepherd three major American companies — Marriott, Disney, and Northwest Airlines — through major transitions. Then he tried his hand at something where real change could do some real good: he ran for Governor of California.

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And he learned some humbling, and eye-opening, lessons about American leadership. Or the lack thereof.

Checchi knows that one person can make a difference, can effect real and meaningful change. His book is called “The Change Maker.”

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Tony Zinni “Leading the Charge”

August 8th, 2009

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Leadership in the 21st century is going to require a new skillset, says longtime U.S. military veteran Tony Zinni, the former commander in chief of CENTCOM and special envoy to the Middle East. Being able to handle a crisis is one key skill leaders at all levels now need. But as he says in his book “Leading the Charge,” this is also a rich time of opportunity for those who can truly lead.

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Wesley Clark “A Time to Lead”

September 21st, 2007

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From segregated Little Rock in the ’50s, to West Point and Vietnam in the ’60s, and ultimately to the 2004 presidential race, retired General Wesley Clark has learned a lifetime of lessons. Lessons of loyalty, of leadership, and of principle. Now Clark shares what he’s learned, in an autobiography called “A Time to Lead.”

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