Today virtually every type of organization is looking for ways to maximize and effectively manage their people resources. One of the keys to this streamlining is successful teamwork. Lee Ellis draws from his survival experience on a team of Vietnam POWs and his management consultant expertise in creating Leading Talents, Leading Teams. Perfect resource for anyone who desires to gain insights on how to unleash the natural talents of people and blend them into well-led, effective teams.
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Would you like to gain new insights on how to unleash the talents of people and align them toward a common goal?
Good business in the 21st century demands new methods of adapting to an ever-changing environment. It requires faster decisions and lightning-speed execution. Teamwork is critical, more today than ever before. Experts say it wilt be talents and teams that ensure economic viability in the increasingly competitive world economy.
Like dozens of Fortune 500 companies, you too can learn the tips and techniques of 21st century teamwork management and talent development from acclaimed consultant and noted author Lee Ellis.
If you plan to read just one book on leadership this year, I enthusiastically recommend this one.
Archie B. Carroll, author, Business and Society
Lee Ellis has working with our team and also trained out trainers to apply many of the concepts in this book with great success.
BILL BURKE, president, The Weather Channel Companies
Now everyone can benefit from the expertise of this great leadership coach.
REX ADAMS, president, BellSouth Long Distance
Lee is a first class individual, whose wisdom and experience make him well-qualified to assist those of us who want to be better leaders.
DAVID M. RATCLIFFE, president and CEO, Georgia Power CompanyAbout the Author:
LEE ELLIS is Senior Vice President and Co Founder of RightPath Resources, Inc. Lee is co-author with Larry Burkett of Your Career in Changing Times and Finding the Career That Fits You. Lee is a retired Air Force Colonel with career assignments as a fighter pilot, instructor pilot, staff officer, and flying squadron commander. He is a Vietnam veteran of 53 combat missions. In 1967 he was shot down and held as a POW for more than five years. After repatriation, he returned to flying duties with increasing positions of leadership. In addition to graduating from the Armed Forces Staff College and the Air War College Lee holds a master’s degree in counseling and human development from Troy State University. He and his wife, Mary, have four children and four grandchildren and reside in Gainesville, Georgia.
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