“Lessons Learned” Series Offers Insights from CEOs

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<p><strong>Boston &mdash; July 27&nbsp;</strong><br />Ever wonder how the most accomplished leaders from around the globe have tackled their toughest challenges? </p><p>Now you can find out with &quot;Lessons Learned.&quot; Concise and engaging, each volume in this new series offers 12 to 14 insightful essays by CEOs, as well as leaders in the public sector and academia. </p><p>They share the most pressing issues they&rsquo;ve faced. The contributors reveal surprisingly personal anecdotes and offer authoritative and practical advice drawn from their years of hard-earned experience.<br /><br />Adam Sodwick, Fifty Lessons executive director of media and content, and CEO Andy Hasson have joined forces to co-author the &quot;Lessons Learned&quot; book series, published by Harvard Press. </p><p>From 1999 to 2001, Hasson was CEO and co-founder of CourseLeader, and he built the company into the fourth-largest buyer of IT training in the United Kingdom, delivering solutions for a wide range of organizations such as Microsoft, Oracle, Cisco, Barclays, Bloomberg and Reuters.<br /><br />Their book series launches with three volumes, and each centers on a timely topic:<br /></p><ul><li>&quot;Leading by Example&quot;: Discover the secrets to leading effectively from top executives at KPMG Worldwide, Quest Diagnostics, Virgin Galactic and other giants.</li></ul><p>&nbsp;</p><ul><li>&quot;Managing Your Career&quot;: Find out how to identify and achieve the career you want from exceptional leaders at McKinsey &amp; Co.,Lloyds TSB Group, Heidrick &amp; Struggles, among others.<br /></li></ul><p>&nbsp;</p><ul><li>&quot;Managing Change&quot;: Learn how to lead major transformation efforts from successful change champions at Philips Lighting, JPMorgan Chase, Coca-Cola and other top firms.<br /></li></ul>

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