Leadership Book by Scottish Born George D. Wells, The American Dream in a Kilt, CEO Shares Secrets of Leadership, Life & Laughter

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A new book publishing September 15, 2006. Meet former Silicon Valley CEO George D. Wells, authentic leader who shares how his Scotland roots shaped his corporate cultural values, his top 11 communication secrets that created profitable and healthy working environments and how empowering employees leads to success.

Immigrants helped build United States into a super power whether legal or illegal. Meet Scottish-born George D. Wells, author of The American Dream in a Kilt, CEO Shares Secrets on Leadership, Life & Laughter publishing on Amazon September 15, 2006.

This book is more than a typical management book. Take a peek behind the corporate curtain and see how things really happen in the executive suite. From decisions on international business, firing hundreds of employees to meeting The Queen of England.

How do you help build Silicon Valley into a $242 billion semiconductor business? By leading corporations to profitability, beating unions and empowering people around him. Learn George's 11 communication secrets to success, how to hire a witch doctor and when to wear a kilt to the office.

"The combination of George's Scottish wit and sharp business acumen resulted in a leadership style that was truly unique. There is no question that he was a key figure in shaping the future of Silicon Valley," Larry Carter, Former CFO, Cisco Systems

George D. Wells arrived in the United States from Clydebank, Scotland with $200, a wife, a baby and a job offer in Boston. After spending several decades building Silicon Valley he resides in Saratoga, California and continues to give his expertise as Lead Director to QLogic Corporation and board member of The First Tee organization. George, a dynamic leader, has conducted business all over the world, has given hundreds of speeches and is mentor to many. Visit http://www.dreaminakilt.com for biographies, stories, book receptions and testimonials.


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