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Companies and their leaders need a new strategy for success because, without it, change is merely substitution, not evolution. Simply put, business is becoming less about the business defining the individual and more about the individual defining the business. As individuals creating shared cultures that drive change and foster growth, people feel they are making contributions and connecting to leaders and their companies.
As a leader, you need the wisdom and courage to turn the spotlight of accountability on yourself. Problem is, most of us have no idea how to do this. Instead, leaders continue to manage by using old templates and cannot evolve to become the leaders America needs, because those templates stripped them of their identities, leaving them insecure about who they are and how to face change. To change the conversation, we need diversity of thought to stimulate new growth, attract new talent, and generate new marketplace opportunities.
That's where Glenn Llopis comes in. Featuring six ways to disrupt the status quo and reinvent the way we work, The Innovation Mentality gives entrepreneurial and corporate leaders the tools they need to work with colleagues and employees to harness the power of positive change for the long term.
Glenn Llopis (pronounced yo-pes) is the Chairman of the Glenn Llopis Group a nationally recognized thought-leadership, human capital, and business strategy consulting firm. He is the best-selling author of the book, Earning Serendipity and contributing writer to Forbes, Huffington Post, and The Harvard Business Review. In 1997, Glenn founded the Center for Hispanic Leadership (CHL) Academy, which creates competitive advantage for Fortune 500 companies through their development and advancement of top Hispanic talent. In 2014, he was recognized as a top 20 influential writer at Forbes and a top 100 leadership speaker and business thinker by Inc. Magazine.
Jim Eber is a veteran marketing writer and collaborator specializing in business and food. He has worked with many new and established authors on projects and served as writer on the best-selling Think Big, Act Bigger by Jeffrey Hayzlett.