Join us as we hear award-winning author Dr. Michael Useem share insightful principles and practices revealed in his newest book, The Leader’s Checklist. After years of research and work on leadership development with private, public and non-profit companies across the US and abroad, Dr. Useem developed 15 vital principles for eliminating critical leadership errors. Come learn how to create your own checklist and tailor it to the unique needs of your organization.
SPEAKER BIO:DR. MICHAEL USEEM helps leaders develop the capabilities required for making good and timely decisions in unpredictable and stressful environments, in moments when leadership really matters.
Michael is an excellent speaker with a trademark interactive approach based on the stories of real crisis events. He truly engages his audiences, drawing them more deeply into their own leadership potential. He also leads an annual leadership trek to Mount Everest.
He is the author of several ground-breaking books on leadership. His articles have appeared in all the prestigious business journals and he has consulted for major corporations and government agencies.
His newest book, the first e-book by Wharton Digital Press, is titled The Leader’s Checklist: 15 Mission-Critical Principles. This definitive checklist will help today’s leaders act decisively when it counts the most.
Michael’s book, The Go Point: When It’s Time to Decide undefined Knowing What to Do and When to Do It, uses a diverse group of stories about leaders in their moment of truth to reveal how to be decisive when the consequences are big.
The Leadership Moment was included in the book The 100 Best Business Books of All Time, written by the publishers of 800 CEO Read, and listed as one of the 10 best leadership books on their Washington Post column "The Leadership Playlist."
Michael also coauthored, Learning from Catastrophes: Strategies for Reaction and Response and The India Way: How India’s Top Business Leaders Are Revolutionizing Management. Michael is the William and Jacalyn Egan Professor of Management and Director of the Center for Leadership and Change Management at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
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