Life Lessons in Leadership: The Way of the Wallaby is a self-help, educational, entertaining book that teaches essential, personal, leadership skills. Regardless of one's specific leadership role, there are basic principles which strengthen all leaders' abilities and can help to assure their success. This book defines those skills by making them clear and easily understood, through a clever combination of literary text targeted to adult leaders, combined with captivating childlike stories. Life Lessons in Leadership: The Way of the Wallaby models a literary style similar to Spenser Johnson's Who Moved My Cheese? by illustrating real world lessons through the stories of engaging fictional characters. Additionally, the perennial favorite gift for graduates, Dr. Seuss' Oh, the Places You'll Go is another example of the style of this book...appealing to young and older audiences alike. Leaders, ages 8 to 88, will learn lessons in leadership in ways that are not only meaningful and memorable but also engaging, entertaining and enchanting.
About the Author
ANN McMULLAN Education Consultant, Public Speaker, Author Ann McMullan is the founder and lead consultant of her own education consulting firm, based in Los Angeles, California, who understands leadership firsthand from her sixteen years of leading innovative change in Klein ISD, a fast growing dynamic school district near Houston, Texas. Ann serves education leaders, teachers, nonprofits and firms doing business with schools and school districts to advise and assist with their leadership and strategic planning work. She facilitates leadership workshops, both face to face and via webinars. As a recognized thought leader in her field, Ann is a frequent contributor to education journals and newsletters. Ann's public speaking engagements include international, national and state conference keynotes, workshops, breakout sessions and panel presentations on leading the transformation of learning and teaching to meet the needs of today's students, teachers and administrators. MICHAEL BARRETT Free-lance writer Michael Barrett is a free-lance writer, born and residing in San Antonio, Texas. He attended that city's Trinity University and University of California at Davis.His film articles and reviews can be found in Video Watchdog, Nostalgia Digest and PopMatters.com. Michael has written creatively about wallabies, zeppelins, penguins, poltergeists, skunks, extraterrestrials, and all manner of joy and devilment. He offers his services to write on demand.