Renowned leadership expert and New York Times bestselling author, of Shackleton’s Way - Leadership Lessons from the Great Antarctic Explorer, Margot Morrell comes to Millburn Library, on Tuesday, December 6 at 7:30 p.m., to discuss her latest book, Reagan’s Journey - Lessons from a Remarkable Career.
Since leaving office, Ronald Reagan has emerged as among America’s greatest—and best-loved leaders. Margot Morrell, who worked on President Reagan’s 1980 Transition Team, will share the strategies Reagan used to coach himself through industry upheavals, economic downturns and personal challenges to the top of five professions. Timeless strategies anyone can use to get ahead - whether starting out, in transition, or contemplating a new chapter.
In 1998 Margot Morrell was a financial representative at Fidelity Investment’s Millburn Investor Center when a phone call from an editor at The Wall Street Journal changed her life. The ensuing article on Morrell’s quirky hobby - the leadership qualities of Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton - Shackleton’s Way - Leadership Lessons from the Great Antarctic Explorer - led to coauthoring the international bestseller.
This program is sponsored by The Friends of the Millburn Library. The Library is located at 200 Glen Avenue, Millburn, NJ.