The Art of Control
by Gerald T. Hannah, Ph. D.
We are all in control of our livesmore or less.
Dr. Gerald Hannah says we should definitely opt for more. More control of our thoughts. More control of our feelings. More control of our behavior.
Thats the only way to overcome everyday difficulties and truly lead a fuller life.
Its all here for you in The Art of Control. These are real-life stories of people starting out, starting up, or settling in.
Is one of these your story?
A must-read for the 21st century executive who wants to get his head and heart in alignment for successful leadership outcomes, this book gets an A in my book.
Dr. Alphonso O. Ogbuehi CEO, Atlantic Executive Resources (Former Dean and Professor Emeritus, Clayton State University
Julies story [Chapter 2] reflects the thoughts of many young teachers today. It reminds us that we cannot change outside influences, but we can adjust our perceptions and reactions to them.
Linda Icaza, Lifelong teacher
Marys words [Chapter 9] will be a comfort and inspiration to anyone undergoing a similar experience or those who have lost a loved one.
Vicki Arnwine, Mother of three
An important resource for anyone who coaches, mentors, or develops subordinates or simply for those who wish to develop themselves. Dr. Hannah has done a remarkable job.
William O. Blackwood, Ph.D., President, DWB & Associates
About the Author:
Advisor to executives across the country and overseas, Gerald T. Hannah, Ph.D. holds a doctorate in behavioral psychology and puts it to work on behalf of others. From his base in Atlanta as head of a global consulting firm, Dr. Hannah provides executive coaching, leadership development, high-performing team guidance, and succession management planning. A frequent broadcast guest, he is a public speaker, author, and guest lecturer at colleges and universities. In the U.S. and abroad he works with leaders of corporations, non-profits, and counsels presidents and senior officers in higher education. Besides heading The Gerald Hannah Group, Dr. Hannah also serves as a senior consultant to Casagrande Consulting and The Hay Group. He and his wife, Kay, live in Atlanta, Georgia.