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Your Place At The Table

By Allan Cox

 

THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED FOLLOW UP TO THE CEO IN YOU

 

 

The average executive spends 17 hours a week in meetings and another six hours preparing for them. The Irony: The only meeting worse than the one you’re invited to is the one you’re not invited to. So, where do you fit at the table? Time to think about how you can be a true team participant and catalyst. 

As a follow up to Allan’s book, "The CEO In You," Cox shares the secrets of successful teams. True, many people do their best work and have the most to contribute by working alone. However, teams are essential.

 “Your Place At The Table” tells stories and shows examples which help readers gain first-hand insights and get the best counsel from an admired pro who can teach you how to turn the meeting you face from a burden to a place where enlivened performers bring their best talents to the real job at hand. And you’ll belong because you will walk in with competence in your head and ideas that flow freely from the strength you own in your insights.