With the number of leadership books available on the market, it’s not surprising that leadership is a skill that many aspire to achieve. But it can be overwhelming to find one method that stands out above all others.
Using his years of leadership experience, author Hal Chappelear offers a refreshing approach to leadership through the eyes of humility. The Miracle of Humble Leadership: Helping Good People Become Great hopes to inspire men and women in leadership positions to use humility to guide their actions, speech, and thoughts, leaving pride and selfishness out of the picture.
Whether you are hoping to gain leadership skills in your personal life, career, or your community, The Miracle of Humble Leadership will put you on the path to great success.
About the Author
Hal Chappelear is a native of Greenville, South Carolina. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from the Medical University of South Carolina's School (Charleston, South Carolina) and a Doctor of Law (honoris causa) from the University of Maryland in Baltimore. Additionally, he completed postgraduate work in psychology and economics at Jacksonville University and the University of Florida.
After participating in the private practice of pharmacy at Community Drug Store and St. Francis Hospital in Greenville, South Carolina, Hal joined The Upjohn Company [Now Pfizer Inc. (NYSC: PFE)] as a sales representative in Anderson, South Carolina, in 1962. He became a member of the company's management ranks in 1967 and, throughout the years that followed, held numerous positions, which included responsibility for North American Operations, Worldwide Marketing Support, and External Affairs. He was a member of the Corporate Management Office, a group of eleven officers responsible for directing the business of The Upjohn Company. He retired from Upjohn September 1, 1992, as a Corporate Executive Vice President.