Leadership Secrets of the 10% Club: Right in the Heart, first in the series, offers tips while focusing on character qualities and personal motivations inherent in good leaders. Todays message, too often, is negatively-based on materialism and self-gratification, with no loyalty or compassion. Mitchell continues, Society conveys this to our children, the next generation of leaders. We then wonder why Enron, Bernie Madoff, and collapsing communities. Marcus hopes these books will help emerging and seasoned leaders while alerting everyone of qualities to seek in our leaders. Personal anecdotes drawn from years in corporate, emergency medicine, federal government positions, scientific research and community advocacy are included.
Mitchell, from Providences East Side, serves on numerous boards including Providence Community Library co-founder and founding-President, The Miriam Hospital Board of Governors, Providence Rotary, continuing his obligation to community service. He wields diverse experience and a wealth of community-development and policy expertise, with decades in Corporate Strategy, also co-authoring 14 publications over 15yrs of cardiovascular scientific research.
He is President of Shere Strategy Enterprises LLC (www.shere-enterprises.com), a strategic solutions company, with focus-areas in crisis-management, business start-ups and economic-development.
The other 3 books scheduled for release in Fall 2014: Leadership Secrets for Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime offers tips for leading any group; family, work, volunteer, school, church, or community.
Leadership Secrets- Aut Inveniam Viam Aut Faciam: Critical Thinking, Problem Solving & Crisis Management. a Latin quote Ive lived by most of my life, meaning I shall find a way&or make one attributed to Hannibal before crossing the Alps with elephants.
The Geometric Cognition Paradigm, Mitchells trade-mark product for his solutions strategy firm, Shere Strategy Enterprises LLC.
March 25-31 book-signings/readings. Knight Memorial Library 3/26 6-7:30pm; Rochambeau library 3/31 6-8pm; Mt Pleasant Library 3/25 6-8pm