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Nearly two-thirds of all leaders entering executive roles lack sufficient understanding of what is required of them and are unprepared for what they will face, which explains why 50 percent of them fail within the first eighteen months.
Don't fall victim to these statistics. My guest, Ron Carucci talks about his new book, Rising to Power: The Journey of Exceptional Executives, and gives practical points for leadership success.
About my Guest:
Ron Carucci is a seasoned consultant with more than 25 years of experience working with CEOs and senior executives of organizations ranging from Fortune 50s to start-ups in pursuit of transformational change. His consulting has taken him to more than 20 different countries on four continents. He has consulted to some of the world’s most influential CEOs and executives on issues ranging from strategy to organization to leadership.
He has worked extensively in a variety of industries and has led work on several large-scale merger integrations and subsequent culture change initiatives and enterprise-level global organizational redesigns.
Ron has spent the last several years exploring his new passion of ushering in the next generation of leaders, helping organizations connect multigenerational workplaces, and helping emerging leaders discover their unique voice and leadership strengths. He has spoken around the world on numerous topics pertaining to developing leaders of tomorrow.
He is author/co-author of eight books, including the most recent best-selling Rising to Power: The Journey of Exceptional Executives (Greenleaf 2014) with colleague Eric Hansen, The Value-Creating Consultant (AMACOM, 2000) Relationships That Enable Enterprise Change (Jossey-Bass, 2002), the acclaimed Leadership Divided, What Emerging Leaders Need and What You Might Be Missing (Jossey-Bass, 2006) and its companion Facilitator's and Field Guides, Bridging the Leadership Divide (Jossey-Bass, 2010), Future in-Formation: Choosing a Generative Organizational Life (Outskirts, 2008) with colleague Josh Epperson, and Leadership Stories from Tomorrow (Xulon, 2009).
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