Archive for the ‘Reviews’ Category

Read and Listen

January 28, 2008

I want to link you to two of the smartest guys online.  One, Dwayne Melancon (of Genuine Curiosity), reviewed Remarkable Leadership last week and gave it a glowing report.  Any writer loves positive feedback, but when it comes from someone like Dwane it means even more.  I hope you’ll read it!

Secondly I was interviewed recently by Wayne Turmel for his great Cranky Middle Manager podcast.  We spent 30 minutes talking about Remarkable Leadership and discussing whatever connections came to Wayne’s bright mind.  You can check it out here.

Come back tomorrow for a big announcement about the book and how you can benefit – whether you have a copy or not!

Remarkable Leadership Among Top Leadership Books of 2007

December 31, 2007

I was proud to learn that Remarkable Leadership has been named as one of the best leadership books of the year by both the Leadership Now blog and echoed by The Practice of Leadership blog.    You can read the review and reviews of the other winners (it is a great list) here.

Big Media Mentions This Week

October 26, 2007

Remarkable Leadership has had a good week in the news.

I was interviewed for the New York Post about making meeting more fun and why that matters.

The book was reviewed by the Globe and Mail (Canada’s largest newspaper)

I was interviewed by Boston.com, the online home of the Boston Globe about how to keep productivity up while people are focused on something like the World Series.

A Big Interview

August 28, 2007

I had the good fortune to be interviewed by Matthew Kirdahy of Forbes.com last week.  That interview led to a story posted yesterday.

I hope you enjoy it!

Five Reasons to Buy My Book

August 14, 2007

But these aren’t my reasons, they are my daughter Kelsey’s reasons.  She wanted to help with the book.  As the budding artist worked on a flipchart-sized version of the book cover (you see a glimpse at the end of the video), I asked her why people should buy my book.

She said them.

I wrote them down.

With the help of her brother Parker as cameraman and producer, you can now see Kelsey’s five reasons.  If you like the video and it makes you smile, please forward it on to your friends.