Twelve eminent leaders give new insight into achieving change with integrity, compassion, and an unfailing belief in the capacity of people to transform themselves and their institutions. Among those interviewed are Joe Brodecki, fund raiser for the Holocaust Museum; Marilyn King, Olympic athlete and founder of Beyond Sports; and David Cole, former president of America Online. 13 photos.
For all those leading or immersed in a major organizational transformation, this collection of interviews with twelve eminent leaders -- including Joe Brodecki, fundraiser for the Holocaust Museum, Marilyn King, Olympic athlete and founder of Beyond Sports, and David Cole, former President of America OnLine -- proves that grand scale organizational change is possible even in the face of resistance, fear, and adversity. Outstanding in their accomplishments and remarkable in their diversity; the people profiled in this book straddle the lines of race, gender, age, socioeconomic background, and industry.
Guided by a positive and compelling vision and deeply field values, these extraordinary leaders give those on the front lines as well as those behind the scenes new insight into achieving change with integrity, compassion, and an unfailing belief in the capacity of people to transform themselves and their institutions. These stories reveal tim often elusive qualities critical to leaders of any organization and will inspire readers to release the dream makers within themselves.