Jim Lukaszewski, author of "Why Should the Boss Listen to You?"




Jim Lukaszewski, author of "Why Should the Boss Listen to You?"

Just about all of us are faced with this problem: How do you get your boss to listen to you and look at you as a trusted strategic advisor?

Join Dianne Gubin as she interviews Jim Lukaszewski (loo-ka-SHEV-skee).  Jim is one of the world's leading crisis communications experts.  He has 30 years of experience as a trusted strategic advisor to major CEOs. 

Jim is the author of the new book "WHY SHOULD THE BOSS LISTEN TO YOU? The 7 disciplines of the Trusted Strategic Advisor". Jim discussed the Seven Disciplines of the Trusted Strategic Advisor and offers unparalled insight into what will make you successful, regardless of industry or discipline. Jim offers concrete advice on how to Be Trustworthy, Become a verbal visionary, Develop a Management Perspective, Think Strategically, Be a Window To Tomorrow, Advise Constructively and Show the Boss How to use Advice. Jim's firm, The Lukaszewski Group, provides strategic guidance for senior management during crises and recovery; hands-on management of critial crisis problems; management leadership development during crises; and counsel on prevention, readiness, response, and recovery.

Listen now to this fascinating and insightful interview with one of the top business leaders in the country. 


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Guest

Jim Lukaszewski
Founder/Chairman/CEO
Lukaszewski Group, Inc

James E. Lukaszewski (loo-ka-SHEV-skee) has been a trusted strategic advisor for most of his career.  He advises, coaches, and counsels the men and women who run very large corporations and organizations.  His work as founder, CEO, and chairman of the Lukaszewski Group Inc. is managing and counteracting tough, touchy, sensitive corporate communications issues.  His broad-based experience ranges from media-initiated investigations to product recalls and plant closings, from criminal litigation to takeovers.  The situations he helps resolve often involve conflict, controversy, community action, activist opposition, and civil or criminal litigation.  Jim has the unique ability to help executives look at problems from a variety of principled perspectives.  He has personally counseled, coached, and guided thousands of executives in organizations large and small from many cultures.  He is one of the few who can and truly does coach CEOs.  His name appeared in Corporate Legal Times as one of "28 Experts to Call When All Hell Breaks Loose," and in PR Week as on of 22 "crunch-time counselors who should be on the speed dial in a crisis."  Jim is the author of five previous books.  Influencing Public Atitudes: Strategies that Reduce the Media's Power remains a classic work in the field of direct communication.  The Public Relations Society of America pulished his four-volume Executive Action Crisis Communication Management System: War Stories and Crisis Communication Strategies, An Anthology; Crisis Communication Planning Strategies, A Workbook; Crisis Communication Plan Components and Models: Crisis Communication Management Readiness, and Media Relations During Emergencies, A Guide.  He has published 25 monographs and hundreds of articles on critical communication subjects.  His web site, www.e911.com, is considered a global reference for those who advise leaders in all areas of business, government, and the non-profit sector when trouble occurs. 

Lukaszewski Group, Inc:  100 South Bedford Road, Suite 340 Mount Kisco, New York 10549  Map It

Website: http://www.e911.com

E-Mail: jel@e911.com    Phone: 914-681-0000


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