Winning Habits is about making great things happen around you . . . and for
you. This powerful parable identifies the four fundamental habits that lead to
success . . . and helps you apply those habits in your life . . . your whole
life . . . starting right now.
When it comes to identifying simple personal changes that lead to powerful
results, nobody knows more than Dick Lyles. And nobody's better at helping you
make those changes stick -- for today, tomorrow, and the rest of your life. (If
you're among the millions who've been touched by his personal appearances and
consulting engagements, you already know that!)
Whether you're struggling to jump start your career . . . or lead a team to
greatness . . . or improve your entire organization's performance . . . or
you're a consultant, coach, or trainer . . . Winning Habits has the answers.
Read it. Share it. Live it!
Author Dick Lyles is CEO of Leadership Legacies, a global consulting company
that serves business leaders with a comprehensive and integrated line of
products and services for improving organizational and individual performance.
He is former President and COO of The Ken Blanchard Companies®, where he worked
alongside Ken Blanchard to help foster a deeper understanding of the issues
driving today's workplace.
For more than 30 years, Lyles has consulted with the leaders of organizations
ranging from Pfizer and Ericsson to The San Diego Zoo. His most recent book,
Winning Ways: Four Secrets for Getting Great Results by Working Well with
People, was an Amazon.com best seller, published in nine countries within two
months of its release. During 2002, he delivered more than 100 keynote speeches
and appeared on more than 60 radio and TV talk shows.
With his wife, Martha, he founded Maric College in San Diego, CA, where he
served as President for three and a half years and Chairman of the Board for
another eight. A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, he has a master's degree in
human behavior and a Ph.D. in business administration.
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