People all over the country are discovering “Everything We Know About Leadership.” Maybe you are a senior fellow, maybe you are thinking your community could use an ALF chapter, maybe you are just passionate about the topic of leadership, and found this book randomly on Amazon.
However it happened, please consider telling taking a few moments to review it on Amazon or Goodreads. Your shared feedback will help others like you make a decision about the book, and it would be a real help to furthering the national conversation about leadership that ALF hopes to foster.
The American Leadership Forum, celebrating its 30 anniversary, is proud to announce it is publishing a book about the collective experience of ALF Senior Fellows across the country. Everything We Know About Leadership harnesses the wisdom of 4000 Senior Fellows into a slim volume of the stories and values that make up the ALF experience.
Written for anyone interested in leadership and community change, the book has already garnered a lot of praise:
“Right now, we need stories of courageous leadership—and the guidance they offer — more than ever. The powerful lessons in this work can help each of us build our strengths. Thank you!”
Frances Moore Lappé | Small Planet Institute
“Many of us find it difficult to move out of our silos, if we even think of doing it at all. This book explores ALF’s unique process for helping leaders understand how to bridge divides, create new networks of unusual allies and help generate new thinking around system stalemates.”
C.S. Park | Director, Seagate Technology
“I participated in ALF soon after being elected to the Houston City Council, but after years of work as a community activist and experience heading many non-profit groups. My experience helped me communicate and work toward goals in new ways. The close bonds I was able to forge with a diverse array of leaders affected how I understand the world and how I continue to act today. The network of those with the shared ALF bond has been a resource in tackling tough problems.
Everything We Know About Leadership serves to remind readers of one of the most important lessons I have learned: a true leader has agreed to accept the challenge of leading. Too often what we call leadership is following from the front.”
Annise Parker | Mayor, Houston, Texas
Read more praise for the book here.