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About the Author
Karen Mishra is Assistant Professor of Marketing at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC. She previously served as a marketing professor at Michigan State and Wake Forest universities. Karen's teaching and research interests include integrated marketing communications, internal communication, and trust. Karen was the National Account Manager for the $75 million Pepsi-Cola account at Johnson Controls, Inc., and worked in HR at General Motors. Her clients have included Deutsche Bank, SC Johnson, Oshkosh Truck Corporation, and Two Men and a Truck International, and she has been an executive coach at Duke University. She earned her Ph.D. in Marketing Communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, her M.B.A. from the University of Michigan and her B.A. from Albion College.
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Aneil is the Thomas D. Arthur Distinguished Professor of Leadership at East Carolina University. Prior to that, he was Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC. He previously was VP of Curriculum and Faculty Relations for 2tor, Inc. where he helped lead the successful launch of the online MBA program at UNC at Chapel Hill. Aneil has also served as a management professor at Wake Forest, Duke, Penn State, and Michigan State universities. He is also an executive coach and leadership development consultant.
Aneil and Karen develop and conduct leadership assessment, executive education programs, and team development for a variety of Fortune 500 firms and other organizations, including leading health care organizations, and not-for-profits around the globe, and in fast-changing industries in the U.S., Turkey and South America. Some of the firms they have worked with include Abbott Nutrition, the American Institute of CPAs, Cisco, Daimler, General Mills, Lenovo, Microsoft, Nissan, Oshkosh Truck, Sanofi, and Two Men and Truck International. The also serve as keynote speakers to corporate, not-for-profit, and professional association audiences on leadership, change management and building trust with key stakeholders.
Aneil and Karen published the book "Trust is Everything - Become the Leader Others Will Follow" in 2008. Routledge Press published the sequel, "Becoming a Trustworthy Leader - Psychology and Practice" in 2012. They have published their research in a number of leading scholarly and practitioner journals including Sloan Management Review, and other scholars have cited Aneil's research over 2300 times in refereed journals alone. Aneil is a founding Associate Editor and Karen is a founding editorial Board Member of of the Journal of Trust Research.
You can learn more about their work at www.trustiseverything.com.
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In Trust is Everything, the Mishras have provided a valuable compass (their ROCC of Trust) by which to lead people and companies. Read morePublished on March 4, 2012 by BrendaB
This book is especially relevant today and provides some real world examples of truly trustworthy leaders. The chapter on Ted Castle and Rhino Foods is especially intersting. Read morePublished on September 6, 2010 by A. R. Mouer
Unlike many other books on leadership and organization effectiveness, the authors cut to the quick and deliver a number of real world examples of what really works. Read morePublished on July 30, 2008 by J. Richard Browne