Since relocating from his native Ireland to the US in 1998, Les McKeown has advised CEOs and senior leaders of organizations on personal leadership and how to achieve scalable, sustainable growth. His clients range from large family-owned businesses to Fortune 100 companies, and include Harvard University, American Express, T-Mobile, United Technologies, Chevron and the US Army.
Les now spends his time consulting, writing, teaching, and speaking. Les has appeared on CNN, ABC, the BBC, and in Entrepreneur magazine, USA Today and The New York Times. He writes a twice-weekly column on leadership and growth for Inc magazine’s website.
It’s not an exaggeration to say Les’s work with the Box of Crayons team not only took us “to the next level” but also helped the VP of Everything Else – also, my wife – and me find a harmonious way to work together. His insights on the three crucial roles within teams? Priceless.
In Do Lead Les demolishes the myths that have paralyzed leadership in our modern era, then provides new, relevant tools for the job. You’ll discover that we can all lead. And what’s more, we should.
And, he is very generously giving you an opportunity to win $100,000 of consulting with both Les and his team. All the information is here on how you can enter the contest. He’s looking for your best example of the ideas behind his new book in action. So, get a copy of Do Lead and enter.
I’d STRONGLY encourage you to consider entering this. Les has helped Box of Crayons enormously, and can help you too.
Enter the Contest: Win $100,000 in leadership development for your organization
But don’t take my word for it, see what others have to say:
“Les provides a sensible and strategic playbook for any leader seeking to take their organization to the next level, and provides the conceptual framework to ensure a successful outcome.”
— David A. Brandon, Chairman and CEO, Domino’s Pizza
“I feel comfortable ranking Les as the very best in the field…”
— Lord Tim Bell, co-Founder, Saatchi and Saatchi,
Member of British House of Lords