Praise for THE LEADERSHIP CONTRACT
"The Leadership Contract calls out the leadership crisis in today′s world and thoughtfully lays out the ingredients to address this in each of us. Leadership is about hard work, embracing personal accountability, and remembering it is always about serving others. Molinaro is both practical and inspirational in his book and is clear if you are not ready to make a conscious choice to lead then stand aside for those who will."
Michelle DiEmanuele, president and CEO, Trillium Health Partners
"The Leadership Contract is a practical guide with sound leadership principles. I have used this book with a wide range of leaders in the financial world with tremendous success. Vince′s ideas continue to resonate, and I am never hesitant to hand his book to leaders in our company."
Lisa Jablonski, managing director, head of human resources, Antares Capital Inc.
"Vince Molinaro′s book throws the gauntlet down for leaders today. He asks them to make the commitment to principled leadership, and to step up and be truly accountable. This is a timely and important book!"
Chester Elton, motivation expert and bestselling author of All In, The Carrot Principle and What Motivates Me
"Dr. Molinaro′s important book challenges leaders to become more deliberate and conscious in how they lead. This approach is desperately needed in our world today. It′s time for all leaders to decide to make their organizations truly great in a way that has a strong and positive impact on society."
Dr. Raj Sisodia, FW Olin distinguished professor of global business at Babson College and co–founder and co–chairman of Conscious Capitalism Inc.
"The ideas in The Leadership Contract are both practical and powerful. Our leaders all over the world have responded positively to Molinaro′s strong messages about leadership accountability. As a result, they are clear on what we expect from them and are stepping up to lead our company in an aligned way."
Lyne Desrochers, vice–president, organizational and talent development, SNC–Lavalin
Chapter 1: My Personal Leadership Story
Chapter 2: What’s Wrong with Leadership Today?
Chapter 3: The Leadership Accountability Gap
Chapter 4: Why We Need a Leadership Contract
Chapter 5: Leadership Is a Decision – Make It
Chapter 6: Leadership Is an Obligation – Step Up
Chapter 7: Leadership Is Hard Work – Get Tough
Chapter 8: Leadership Is a Community – Connect
Chapter 9: Sign the Leadership Contract
Chapter 10: The Turning Points of Leadership
Chapter 11: Living the Four Terms of the Leadership Contract
Chapter 12: Embed the Leadership Contract in Your Organization
About the Author
About Lee Hecht Harrison
About The Adecco Group