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Keep Your People in the Boat: Workforce Engagement Lessons from the Sea Paperback – January 17, 2012
"Rebound" by Kwame Alexander
Don't miss best-selling author Kwame Alexander's "Rebound," a new companion novel to his Newbery Award-winner, "The Crossover," illustrated with striking graphic novel panels. Learn more
About the Author
Crane Wood Stookey is a Tall Ship officer and leadership coach, a professional mariner with more than 20 years experience of leadership and workforce engagement at sea. He grew up sailing traditional wooden boats on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and the sea has been his teacher all his life. Crane holds a US Master's license for sailing ships, and has sailed as deck officer on Tall Ships in the US and Canada. He is the founder and past director of the Nova Scotia Sea School, an award-winning experiential education and training program. He also holds a Masters of Architecture degree from Harvard and ran his own architectural practice in Boston before going to sea professionally. Since 2006 he has been helping business and organizational leaders to bring greater effectiveness to their workforce engagement strategies and greater personal authenticity to their leadership development. Crane was awarded the Queen's Jubilee Medal for his contribution to Canadian society. He lives in Halifax with his wife Lesley Ann Patten, an independent filmmaker, two cats, and his sailboat, Prana.
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Crane Stookey shows that true leadership arises from daring to open to the inherent goodness and intelligence to everyone around him. His book tells of his discovery and cultivation of that goodness and wisdom within himself. He shares with us how, with discipline, he is able to serve as a guide that embodies confidence in himself and others. The lessons he imparts to his reader are empowering. That day in Oakland, I felt empowered by my experience with Crane. I am grateful that he clearly has taken simple truths gleaned from metaphors of sailing and rock tumbling, when seen and experienced, will empower again and again and will make leaders of us all.