Check out this great interview with Author Don Shapiro:

Chapter Title:  “A Crisis in Character”

Don Shapiro

President, First Concepts Consultants, Inc.

Don Shapiro is president and founder of First Concepts Consultants, Inc., a management and marketing consulting practice that since 1985 has helped firms in 30 different industries to increase their rate of growth and market share. For 26 years, clients have been saying he’s the guy “who asked the questions no one else ever asked.”

A curious nature, a passion for uncovering what causes things to happen and a creative spirit have lead him to make many discoveries about what causes people to buy and figure out value. After too many years of seeing clients fail to implement his recommendations, Don stated focusing on how organizations implement change and improvements. It became clear everything that happens starts with people and that requires great leadership.

For over 30 years, Don has been helping people learn, laugh and leave inspired through his speeches, workshops and training programs. He has been published in several magazines and writes three blogs on business and personal issues. He is a graduate of the Executive Development Program at the UCLA Anderson School of Management

Connect with Don online –
Website: www.firstconcepts.com | Email: donshapiro@firstconcepts.com | Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/donshapiro | Twitter: @donshapiro1 | Facebook: facebook.com/lifeisaforkintheroad

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Christina Haxton
Christina combines psychology with humor and brain science to enable newly promoted executives to harness the power of their potential to become authentic and sustainable leaders who motivate, understand and develop themselves and others to create built-to-last people-driven organizations. Connect with Christina on her LeadChange profile, Twitter, LinkedIn or her blog. Also, check out Lessons from the T.R.A.I.L: The Art & Science of Exceptional Leadership on Christina's website!
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