What if leadership growth took more than simply changing behaviors? What if it required reflecting on one’s deepest beliefs, values, assumptions, and convictions? What if it obliged each of us to hang a mirror and take an unflinching look at what we see there?

These are the questions that lie at the heart of reflective leadership, a process of personal and professional transformation that, we believe, lies at the heart of truly commendable leadership.

The three of us have compiled our experience with the discipline of reflective leadership into a book which, of course, we would love to be distributed as widely as possible.

But our primary goal is simply to invite all those who are interested, to explore with us what it means to become an ever more effective leader of human beings.

Please join us in this journey.

Alan, Nancy, & Mark

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