In Chuck Gumbert’s second book, Pinnacle Leadership: How to Navigate Change, Move Forward and Reach Your Peak, he breaks down his renowned success model that will deliver practical solutions for you and your team if you:
– Feel like you are spinning your wheels
– Are busy but not as productive as you would like or need to be
– Have a burnt out team that feels scattered
– Want to bring back the energy, courage and zeal you once had when you started the business
– See an urgent need to cast a clear vision, create a solid plan and lead your team like never before
This book is for business leaders with organizations large or small who are ready for a new level of achievement. If you want to lead your team better than you ever have to date, this book will take your leadership and your company to a new level of results, rewards and success!
About the Author
Chuck Gumbert, The Turnaround Specialist, has utilized a wealth of life and business experience, as well as a knack for overcoming challenges, to guide numerous clients to success. One of Chuck's first major challenges - overcoming the debilitating effects of polio at age 2 - did not stop him from eventually participating in high school athletics and later becoming a fighter pilot in the U.S. Navy, graduating at the top of his class. His drive for accomplishment, led to him climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro and becoming a nationally recognized business leader, entrepreneur, speaker and mentor.
Using Chuck's Success Model will make any challenge or business model simple, actionable and measurable. Organizations such as The Tomcat Group, Goodrich, GE, TECT Aerospace and the US Navy have incorporated Chuck's leadership principles and leveraged his renowned Success Model.
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