Lift Your Leadership To New Heights

The Blueprint Doug ConantI recently received a copy of a new book from my good friend Doug Conant called “The Blueprint – 6 Practical Steps to Lift Your Leadership to New Heights“.  Doug was the CEO of the Campbell Soup Company when I was at Procter & Gamble and he now is the Founder of ConantLeadership.

The book focuses on the results of a transformational journey by Doug to formulate his corporate experiences into six areas that ultimately helped to take his leadership to new heights.  They are:

Reach High – Envision

Dig Deep – Reflect

Lay the Groundwork – Study

Design – Plan

Build – Practice

Reinforce – Improve

In his book, Doug arms leaders who feel overwhelmed or stuck with these steps that are both manageable and incremental.  If you are in a leadership position, or, are planning to be in one; this book is must-read for you.

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