The Leader’s Climb carries an elegant, useable message for all leaders who care to be the best they can be while creating great and enduring organizations.
This book is an easy read covering three important and often overlooked elements of leadership. For more than 20 years Bob Parsanko has helped us build a successful global organizational culture based on these principles and guided our key executives, including me, to become better leaders.- Mogens Bay, Chairman and CEO, Valmont Industries, Inc.
Adam’s story is repeated every day by well-intentioned business leaders trying to get a grip on the never-ending struggles we all face. While the signs of decline may not be obvious, they are insidious. The three key messages in this book identify these signs and the remedies in ways that are personally and professionally meaningful.- Larry Grypp, President, Goering Center for Family and Private Business, Lindner College of Business, University of Cincinnati
This book couldn’t be more timely or relevant to the challenges leaders are facing. Through an artful story, it makes a powerful case for slowing down to avoid being a casualty of today’s break-neck pace of business. I wish all executives would take the time to read this — it is that different and that important.- Jim Anderson, former Director – Executive Education, Kelley Graduate School of Business, Indiana University
The Leader’s Climb is a cause for self-reflection and discovery. It is an engaging story that has applications both personally and professionally for those who connect with its message.- Susan Croushore, CEO, The Christ Hospital, Cincinnati
Adam’s story in this tale is repeated every day with people trying to get a grip on the enormous pressures of leadership. The message in this book is powerful and timely.- Mike Monahan, author of Inc. #1 bestseller From the Jungle to the Boardroom
People are not born great leaders, they develop skills over a lifetime that come together into a leadership approach. The Leader’s Climb rings with truth, depth and realism, and will challenge you to grow continually as a leader.- Matthew Kelly, New York Times bestselling author of The Dream Manager
This is a powerful, evocative and realistic tale of good leaders trying to climb the next mountain. If more people took this story to heart, they would be better leaders.- Ted Nixon – Former International Executive Chair, Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) and CEO, DD Williamson, Inc.
This is a wonderful story that offers important insights into rising to the challenge of leadership today.- Marshall Goldsmith — million-selling author of New York Times bestsellers MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There
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