Captain Scotty Smiley, a West Point graduate, Ranger, and the Army’s only active-duty blind officer, lost his sight in a suicide bomber attack in Iraq. He shares his remarkable journey of faith, hope and courage. Since his injury, he has climbed Mount Rainier, surfed, skied, skydived, completed a triathlon and earned an MBA from Duke […]
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Captain Scotty Smiley, Author of Hope Unseen: The Story of the U.S. Army’s First Blind Active-Duty Officer
Jill Belconis, International Chairman of the Young Presidents’ Organization, shares insights on leadership for men and women. Young Presidents’ Organization provides life-changing opportunities for executives to grow and develop. One of the most effective ways to develop personal and professional leadership is to collaborate with other leaders who are experiencing similar challenges and problems. Leaders […]
In The Why of Work: How Great Leaders Build Abundant Organizations, business professor and management consultant David Ulrich and psychologist Wendy Ulrich share how leaders can create meaning for themselves and value for employees, customers, investors and communities. Drawing from their unique backgrounds and disciplines, the Ulrichs demonstrate that meaning matters and that it is part […]
Leo Thorsness, a Congressional Medal of Honor recipient and Vietnam Prisoner of War, has a unique resume, with experience as an Air Force pilot, a corporate executive and State Senator. His new book, Surviving Hell: A POWs Journey, is a powerful account of life as a POW that is authentic and compelling. Leo has tells […]
Dr. Aubrey Daniels, an organizational consultant, is the author of OOPS! 13 Management Practices that Waste Time and Money. With tips on how to create lasting change, he focuses on individual behavior and reveals why common practices ultimately reward bad behavior, punish good behavior, and lead to poor results. From sports coaches to corporate CEOs, […]