Consultant Byron Morrison offers CEOs useful information about dealing with pressure and guidance in thinking logically, not emotionally. He teaches by showing leaders what not to do, telling business war stories about CEOs who gave in to emotional, shortsighted, solitary thinking with disastrous results. Morrison advocates the basics: long-term thinking, proactive leadership, strong communications, adaptability, perseverance and thoughtful analysis. His advice is perceptive; however, you may wish he'd promoted his consultancy a bit less and allowed his substantial knowledge to speak for itself.
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Byron Morrison is a speaker and high-performance coach.
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