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“This book inspires the reader to dig deep inside their being to find the strength, humility, and courage to lead with honor.”
Steve Edwards, President and CEO of CoxHealth
“As a forty-one-year veteran and lifelong practitioner of leadership, I am confident that the ideas in Changing Altitude will positively change relationships in any team or organization. Dennis and Greg have crafted a thoughtful and creative leadership model built around servant leadership, active listening, and consistent feedback. But Changing Altitude is not just for leaders. It will resonate strongly with anyone who wants to improve themselves, their team, and their organization.”
General (Retired) Martin E. Dempsey, 18th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
“If your goal is to lead well and earn the enduring allegiance and respect of your team, O’Neil and Hiebert offer brilliantly practical and relevant advice.”
Norton A. Schwartz, US Air Force General (Retired) and President of Institute for Defense Analyses
“This is a first-day reading for anyone with new leadership responsibilities.”
Bill Senneff, FACHE, President and CEO of Vizient Southern States’ Phoenix Health Care Management Services, Inc.
“While leadership books abound, few cover the critical transition between individual contributor and leader/supervisor, and no book does it better than Changing Altitude. Dennis O’Neil and Greg Hiebert brilliantly lay out practical next steps to become a successful leader in your demanding new role; take them up on their offer! Being charged with a leadership role is a ‘make-it-or-break-it’ moment in one’s career, and Changing Altitude will ensure success at making it, not breaking it. Far too many people in leadership roles never take the time to deliberately develop the skills they need to succeed; Changing Altitude is a one-stop fix to ensure your leadership ability matches the demands of your role.
When you read Changing Altitude, you’ll be stunned at how naturally unprepared you were to lead and enormously grateful to Dennis and Greg for helping you ease into a posture of success. Every potential leader should enter their frst job with a copy of this book, whether a supervisor or not.”
Thomas A. Kolditz, Ph.D., Brigadier General (Retired), Founding Director of the Doerr Institute for New Leaders at Rice University, Professor Emeritus of The United States Military Academy at West Point, and Author of Leadership Reckoning and In Extremis Leadership