What Leaders Can Learn From "The Power Of Your Past"

The Kansas City chapter of the American Society of Training and Development recently voted John P. Schuster as trainer of the year.  He's the author of the book:
  • The Power of Your Past
Schuster contends that a leader's past is the biggest, most accessible and most under-utilized resource for making positive change.

In The Power of Your Past, Schuster provides:
  • Stories of those who have experienced transformative results through embracing their own professional and personal pasts.
He is also the author of four other books that concentrate on creating better leaders, better people, and better organizations.
Schuster has been quoted by media sources from Shape Magazine to Investors’ Business Daily and the Washington Post. He earned his CSP, Certified Speaking Professional, the highest designation awarded by the National Speakers Association in 1988.


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