In his latest book, Corner Office Rules: The 10 Realities of Executive Life, (Kandelle Publishing) Keith shows you not only how to reach the top of the corporate ladder, but how the rules change once you’ve gotten there. A 30-year corporate veteran, Keith knows from hard experience that everything is different when you become senior management. In Corner Office Rules he draws on his experience as a successful CEO who has turned around companies and led them to growth. Using real-world examples, he shows not only what to do to succeed at the top, but how to avoid the pitfalls that can cause even the savviest and most experienced executives to stumble once they reach the corner office.
Innovatively, Rules from the Corner Office takes a 360° view of what it takes to succeed when you’ve reached the top. The first half of draws on the practical experience of Keith’s years as a successful CEO, while the second half provides deep, holistic insights by his co-author, Dr. Renee Bellamy Booth, founder of Leadership Solutions, one of the leading career and management groups in the country. In Corner Office Rules you’ll learn:
Whether you’re aspiring to reach the top, or have been there for years, Corner Office Rules is a must-read for every executive.
"Corner Office Rules is for anyone wanting to advance to the C suite. It provides an advance look at the realities they will face and prepares them for success."
Mel Parker, president, North America, Brink’s, Incorporated
"The issues raised in this book need to be contemplated and dealt with in preparation for a successful journey up the ladder. Being a business leader in today’s world is much different than in previous times."
Brian Gamache, chairman and CEO, WMS Industries
"An authentic depiction of some of the intangibles necessary for a well-balanced and successful career!"
Fred Paglia, president, NA Foodservice, Kraft Foods
"If you aspire to be a corporate executive, Corner Office Rules is a must read!"
James D. White, chairman and CEO, Jamba Inc.
The premise that leadership can be learned is what sets this book apart from the “do you have what it takes?” mentality.
Melissa Wuske, Foreword Reviews