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David Cottrell, president and CEO of CornerStone Leadership Institute, is an internationally known leadership consultant, educator, and speaker. His twenty-five-plus years of business experience includes senior management positions with Xerox and FedEx, and his management expertise is reflected in twenty-five highly acclaimed books, including Monday Morning Mentoring and Monday Morning Choices. He has been a featured expert on public television and has presented his leadership message to more than 300,000 managers worldwide. He lives in Horseshoe Bay, Texas, with his wife, Karen.
Practical advice for anyone in a leadership position. Corporation, small business, school, etc. it doesn't matter. The advice can be applied easily.Published 6 months ago by Erin Oliver
This book is written in a way that is very easy to sit down and read. The examples are clear and easily relatable to real-life situations.Published 8 months ago by Sarah Skov
This was recommended to me to read by a tech manager. It's a good book, very easy to read. However, it sounds somewhat contrived sometimes. Read morePublished 11 months ago by bigdealbrain
I highly recommend you to read this book. This is not an advertising message! I really meant each and every word in this message.
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For the experienced or the novice leader, Cottrell does an excellent job describing how a mentor transforms a manager into a true leader. Recommend highly!Published 14 months ago by R. Jewell
I would recommend this book new and established managers. It is a great way to remind us of what matters and how it matters.Published 17 months ago by mjkweb1
Great little book! Easy to read and reread. Helps me stay focussed on my goals and not waste time! A must have!Published 19 months ago by Carrie A. Hodges
Good book, it has simple tips to apply to any situation and even able to use the tips at home.Published 19 months ago by Katrina Perez
I generally do not like story telling books. This is light hardy and has some good information. I put it in a similar genre as "Who Stole my Cheese" and "One Minute... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Starlet