Become the leader of characterothers want to follow
Breaking Ice and Breaking Glass
Leaders eager to make a difference by helping people and organizations be at their best will find Breaking Ice and Breaking Glass: Leading in Uncharted Waters their go-to resource. Today, our nation is like a ship being tossed in tumultuous seas. The winds and waves of change have divided and distanced our society, threatening to wash away the very principles upon which our nation was founded.
Now more than ever, our nation needs leaders anchored with the moral courage to stand strong and steady against the battering waves that, if unchecked, could erode our core values. These inspirational leaders of character will unite people in support of a shared purpose by building the trust and respect necessary for organizations and their people to thrive.
Don’t miss this opportunity to become the leader of character others want to follow!
Donald T. Phillips
Author, Lincoln On Leadership and Character In Action
Robert Wray, Jr.
Rear Admiral, US Navy (ret.), CEO of BlueStar SeniorTech, and author of Saltwater Leadership
Corporate Board Director, former CEO Korn Ferry Consulting, and author of Lessons in LeadershiT: Detoxing the Workplace
Jeh C. Johnson
Former Secretary of Homeland Security
Thomas A. Kolditz, PhD
Director, Doerr Institute for New Leaders, and author of Leadership Reckoning: Can Higher Education Develop the Leaders We Need?
Dr. Ginny A. Baro
CEO at ExecutiveBound, International Motivational Speaker, Leadership Coach, #1 Bestselling Author of Healing Leadership and Fearless Women at Work
Author of How Women Rise, The Female Advantage, The Web of Inclusion
Former Chairman of the Board at TD Ameritrade, former head football coach at Coastal Carolina University, and author of Coach Yourself to Success: Winning the Investment Game
New York Times #1 bestselling author of Triggers, Mojo, and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There
Founder – CEO.works and author, Grow: the CEO's Master Playbook for Coaching Value into Existence. US Coast Guard Academy Class of 1976
Lieutenant General, U.S. Marine Corps (ret.) and first woman in the U.S. Armed Forces nominated to the grade of three-star
Author, Authority: Strategic Concepts from 15 International Thought Leaders to Create Influence, Credibility, and a Competitive Edge for You and Your Business
Admiral, Columbian Navy (ret.), former Commander of the Columbian Navy, and Distinguished International Fellow at the U.S. Naval War College
General, U.S. Marines (ret.) and 26th Secretary of Defense
Coauthor of the bestselling The Leadership Challenge, and Fellow, Doerr Institute for New Leaders, Rice University
Shannon Huffman Polson
Author of The Grit Factor: Courage, Resilience and Leadership in the Most Male Dominated Organization in the World
About the Author
Admiral Sandra Stosz started her career as a cadet in the third class to admit women at the US Coast Guard Academy. She returned over 30 years later as superintendent, becoming the first woman to lead one of the four US armed forces service academies. On her journey to the executive level, she often served as the first woman leading mostly all-male teams in front-line leadership positions, including command of two ships. To succeed, she summoned her core values to overcome adversity by building trust and earning respect as a leader of character in a complex military organization.