“Genius is less a description than a destination we can reach." - Harry Colin, reviewing under the name, Rodrigo Diaz of Bivar.
Manassas, Virginia (PRWEB) June 04, 2015
Facilitating Genius: Illuminating Brilliance in Your Organization by John Lesko goes beyond merely asking, “What would _____ do?” and builds on proven, problem-solving techniques that allow the reader to think like a genius. How so? Readers are encouraged to identify the type of ‘smarts’ they possess based on the theory of multiple intelligences. Representative genius, high-achievers — at least 3 for each type of ‘smarts’ — become consultants who share their genius ways of looking at and solving the reader’s problem at hand.
This 190-page book is well illustrated. It has quotes and prompts embedded into each of the 25 sample stories of extraordinary, genius achievement. As an added bonus, there are 17 worksheets provided for the reader to use either individually or in small groups when working on a “wicked problem” which may be vexing his or her organization.
“Genius is less a description than a destination we can reach. … Businesses, non-profits, military units and even — perhaps especially — volunteer groups should explore the precious gems one can extract here. Given its conversational style, this would make an excellent choice for group reading, a professional development program or even an academic class on leadership,” says Harry Colin, reviewing under the name, Rodrigo Diaz of Bivar.
‘Facilitating Genius’ is published by eBookIt.com and distributed to all the major ebook retailers, including: Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, Apple iBookstore, Kobo, Sony Readerstore, Ingram Digital, and Google eBookstore.
Book reviewers are invited to contact the author for a review copy of the book. The author is available for enlightening interviews and welcomes the opportunity to speak on television and radio with programming focused on self-improvement, leadership development, and professional growth.
email: John (at) JohnLesko (dot) Biz
About the author
John Lesko is a certified professional facilitator and leadership coach. He is available for interviews, as well as for freelance assignments as a coach or consultant to executives and teams who are “stuck” working on their “wicked problems.” The author is a West Point graduate who went on to complete his graduate engineering studies at Boston University. He is the co-author of ‘Technology Exchange in the Information Age,’ a Battelle Press best seller. His new book, ‘Facilitating Genius,’ was written over the period of ten years, and captures problem-solving techniques he has successfully used with private and public sector clients, as well as with work done in various non-profit organizations.
Since 2010, eBookIt.com (based in Sudbury, Massachusetts) has helped thousands of authors and publishers get their books converted to ebook format, and distributed to all the major ebook retailers, including Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, Apple iBookstore, Kobo, Sony Readerstore, Ingram Digital, and Google eBookstore.