Leaders First – Now A Goodreads Giveaway

Twenty copies of Leaders First, an award-winning guide to leader development, are available as giveaways in the USA. Sign in now. Only three weeks are left to win your AUTOGRAPHED COPY. To sign up, click on the book link widget on the right hand column of this page.

Never signed up for a Goodreads Giveaway?

As a student of leadership, organization development, and as a reader, you will love Goodreads. First you sign up to join Goodreads. Next you enroll to win a free copy of Leaders First.

Goodreads staff will pick 20 people out of all those who enroll to win free copies. Next, soon after September 12th, Goodreads will tell me who won free copies  of my hardcover book. I will autograph the 20 books and send them off to the winners.

Have you ever wondered what organizing factors the best leaders use to keep everyone involved and contributing?

Leaders First shows six basic steps leaders take to bring everyone’s attention and energy up front to center their strategic vision.

Don’t have a strategic vision?

This is one of the most valuable leader development activities you can engage in.

See excerpts of Leaders First… at www.GeneMorton.com.

Questions or comments in the meantime? Leave a message below and I will promptly respond.




About Gene Morton

OD Consultant and Author of the two-time award winning book, Leaders First: Six Bold Steps to Sustain Breakthroughs in Construction. See excerpts at www.genemorton.com. Leader development and team development through coaching, consulting, and presenting on topics related to the structure of leadership in groups and organizations. Through his years of experience implementing mergers, reorganization, culture change, and organization transformation, Gene learned how an effective structure of leadership compensates for, and balances, leader blind spots, improving performance overall, and making innovation and change possible. He enjoys working in the construction industry, heath care, governmental, as well as the non-profit world.
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