From the Back of the Book
"With insight backed with ideas you can apply immediately, Take the Bull by the Horns is filled with needed substance, expertise and encouragement to keep leaders focused on the most important issues -- like developing the organization that will return man to the moon."
--Steve Pearson, Manager, Space Systems Department, NASA
"Take the Bull by the Horns is a must-read for all sales leaders and coaches. It's a literal recipe for success for taking team performance to the next level. Read, apply and look for transformational results!"
--Lynne Williams, Sales Transformation Program Manager, Verizon Business
"With the pace of life ever increasing, Take the Bull by the Horns provides an on-the-run format for leaders to get the help they need to excel with their businesses."
--Kristing Chompff, CEOonline.com
"Take the Bull by the Horns is a tremendous management tool that helps executives initiate the discussions we really need to be having with our leadership teams for the advancement of our organizations."
--Michael Washburn, President & CEO, Red Mountain Bank
"With its great pick-the-topic, thought-provoking approach, Take the Bull by the Horns will lead you and/or your team to timely solutions in a user-friendly fashion."
--Leigh V. Grantham, Chief Operating Officer, CHELCO
Gayle Lantz is President of WorkMatters, Inc., a corporate consulting firm that helps companies improve performance. She founded WorkMatters based on the belief that work is one of the most important parts of life. When people are fully engaged in their work, they contribute more to the company and to themselves. She works with leaders, teams and groups that want to clarify their focus, take charge of their success and achieve big goals. Over the years, Gayle has attracted clients such as NASA, Microsoft, MassMutual Financial Group, Lockheed Martin and Compass Bank, as well as a variety of small and mid-sized businesses. Through consulting, coaching and professional speaking services, Gayle is committed to making a positive difference at both the individual and organizational level. Before starting her own business, Gayle worked in the insurance, financial services and investment industry. She most recently held an officer level position with TIAA-CREF, the world s largest private pension system. Gayle s articles and/or quotes have been featured in a variety of business publications including Harvard Management Update, Wall Street Journal Online, Human Resource Executive magazine, FastCompany.com and The New York Times.