“Incredible! Dr. James Brown is eloquent, articulate and down to earth. His ideas are logical and easily adaptable to anyone in the profession.”
— L.G. Doerr, Country Financial
“I loved it! Too often, people are afraid to be frank and honest. Thanks for not being afraid and instead being refreshing.”
— D. Fulton, CNA Insurance
“Rarely do I leave an event where I have to prioritize the topics/items I will implement when I return to work plus in life.”
— D. Matthews, Dana Holding Corp.
“Fantastic use of common sense and the human condition, which is project management in its simplest form.”
— S. Carr, GE Aviation
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— D. Parmenter, Mass Mutual Financial Group
A tongue-in-cheek look at five critical leadership truths that result in people accepting accountability for what is truly required for individual and organizational success.
The five truths examined are:
- Kill what’s ugly while it’s young®
- Lie to the customer as long as you can
- Fear and pain, the ultimate team motivators
- Plagiarism equals profits
- Brown-nosing, the key to leadership success
Success requires relentless commitment to individual and organizational improvement. Building strong relationships, creating accountability and fostering supportive communication are all required.