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18 Experts Co-Author New Book on 'Leadership in Trying Times'
Edward Segal, Crisis Management Expert Edward Segal, Crisis Management Expert
Georgetown , DC
Thursday, July 30, 2020

The cover of 'Leadership in Trying Times'

Eighteen experts from around the country have written a new book about leadership —  Leadership in Trying Times:Advice to Lead and Succeed (Speakers Without Borders). Combined, the co-authors have hundreds of years of expertise on dozens of leadership-related topics, issues, and challenges. They share in the paperback and ebook editions of the book their advice, insights, and recommendations on urgent and timely leadership-related topics ranging from resilience in disasters to making powerful decisions.

"It's never too late — or too soon — to see how your leadership skills could or would measure up when the chips are down. Leadership in Trying Times: Advice to Lead and Succeed is packed with practical advice for anyone who wants to build or bolster their ability to lead employees, co-workers, companies, or organizations," said Arnold Sanow and Amy Twiggs, who co-edited the book and wrote two of the chapters.

The book is available from Amazon as an ebook for $9.99 and in paperback for $15.99 at this link: https://amzn.to/3hbFGHZ.

The 18 co-authors, all of whom are members of the new Speakers Without Borders Speakers Bureau, have a wealth of real world experiences gained from distinguished careers in a variety of professions including management, journalism, public relations, entrepreneurship, coaching, writing, athletics, and the military.

"The publication of Leadership in Trying Times is definitely great news if you can't go to meetings, conventions, or conferences to hear from distinguished and sought-after speakers about leadership in these trying times," Sanow and Twiggs observed. "That's because 18 of them are coming to you in this new and timely book," they said.

The experts and the topics they write about in the book include:

  • Coni K. Meyers: Resilience in Disasters
  • Edward Segal: The Ten Rs of Crisis Management
  • Kurt Mansperger: A Good Crisis
  • Ryan Barton: I am Enough. I am Brave. I am a Cowboy!
  • Lynda Ross: Honoring Your Value
  • Nathan Ogden: Eliminate Excuses
  • Virginia Lacayo: What Complexity Science Teaches Us about Social Change
  • Arnold Sanow: Ten Ways to Get Along with Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere
  • Mike Hawkins: Being Mentally Tough (and Considerate) in Stressful Situations
  • Frank DiBartolomeo Jr.: Great Speaking is Critical to Great Leadership in a Crisis
  • Calli Rothberg: What Leaders Can Learn from a Dancer to Enhance Their Performance
  • Kyle Mercer: On Mentorship
  • Laura Kingsford: Six Keys to Organizations Thriving
  • Lisa Lander: Fitness Essentials for Powerful Leaders During Trying Times
  • Wendy King: Leadership Qualities to Activate Now!
  • Chad Hymas: Tragedy or Blessing
  • Amy Twiggs: On Making Powerful Decisions
  • Michael J. Curran: Leadership and Opportunities in the Middle of a Crisis



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