The Lentz Leadership Institute is proud to present: The Refractive Thinker®: An Anthology of Higher Learning. Volume III: Change Management.
Las Vegas, NV, Monday, October 26, 2009 – The Refractive Thinker® celebrates the award winning accomplishments of the doctoral scholars contained within the pages of their Volume III: Change Management (240 pages, $18.95 paper book, $12.95 e-book, $3.95 individual chapters). The intent is to provide a forum for these authors to share their thoughts and expertise as they contribute to our expanse of knowledge in pursuits of the tenets of and philosophies of higher learning. These individual contributions included a Peer Review Board.
The title of this series,The Refractive Thinker® was chosen intentionally to describe a new way of thinking. As a society, we often find ourselves between the dichotomies of either thinking within the box (thinking) or outside of the box (critical thinking). The Refractive Thinker® introduces the concept of refractive thinking – thinking beyond the box, perhaps even building a new box entirely.
As a result, this series highlights the ability of these doctoral scholars to bend thought, to converge its very essence on the ability to obliquely pass through the perspective of another. The goal is to ask and ponder the right questions; to dare to think differently, to find new applications within unique and cutting edge dimensions, ultimately to lead where others may follow or to risk forging perhaps a new path entirely.
The Lentz Leadership Institute presents this award winning collection of the works of ten scholarly authors affiliated with various institutions of higher learning to include topics such as: Change Management: The Role of Leaders to Prevent Workplace Bullying (Dr. Judy Fisher-Blando),; Change Agents: Building Bridges over Resistance (Dr. Thomas M. Woodruff), Change Agent Attributes: Pillars of Leadership Effectiveness (Dr. Lisa M. Kangas); The Relationship Between Values and Leadership Styles (Dr. Nicholas D. Sarantopoulos); Becoming an Agent of Transformation (Dr. Armando Salas-Amaro Jr..); Defining a New Model for the Transformational Retirement (Dr. Maria Malayter); Educational Organizations: Managing Change to Improve Student Learning (Dr. Neysa T. Sensenig); Successful Change Management Begins with Effective Leader-Follower Relationships (Dr. Susan K. Fan); Executive Coaching: Leaders with Self Awareness Manage Change More Effectively (Dr. Dionne Kress); and Strategic Change Management: The Importance of Inclusiveness (Dr. Cheryl A. Lentz). The Foreword is written by Mary Beth Hartleb with the conclusion written by Dr. Thomas Woodruff.
Southern Nevadan Publisher, managing editor, and author Dr. Cheryl Lentz is the owner and Chief Refractive Thinker® of The Lentz Leadership Institute that offers educational support services to include publishing of scholarly works, as well as doctoral and graduate dissertation editing and coaching. Dr. Cheryl is a 10-time award winning internationally published author herself to include The Golden Palace Theory of Management (2008) and Journey Outside the Golden Palace (2010). She is also on faculty with the University of Phoenix, University of Thee Rockies, Walden University, Embry-Riddle University, and Colorado State University–Global.
*Individual e-chapters for each author are available for purchase on the website. Also available on Amazon.com in Kindle format.
To place orders for the book, contact:
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To arrange a book signing or interview, contact Dr. Cheryl Lentz at (702) 719-9214 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact The Refractive Thinker® Press for further information regarding these authors and the works contained within these pages. Possibly your organization is looking for their expertise to incorporate as part of your annual corporate meetings as a keynote or guest speaker(s), perhaps to offer individual or group seminars, or require their expertise as consultants.
If your university or organization would like to publish their own volume of <em>The Refractive Thinker®</em>, customized to your needs, please contact us to discuss details.
If you are interested in being included as an author for a future volume, please contact us as well.
We look forward to your interest in discussing future opportunities. Let this be our beginning to which The Refractive Thinker® will serve as our guide to this and future publications.
The Refractive Thinker®: where discriminating authors publish.
Calling all Authors: Doctoral Graduate Publishing Opportunity: Spring 2010
Join The Lentz Leadership Institute in their publication of The Refractive Thinker®: An Anthology of Higher Learning: Vol. IV Leadership Ethics; and Vol. V Graduate Edition. Each volume of this anthology will showcase approximately 10 authors to promote their scholarly accomplishments within these specific topic areas. Each author will be featured with a short personal biography with picture, as well as approximately 15 pages in which to highlight perhaps their dissertation results or other scholarly materials. The Refractive Thinker® also includes a companion website.
Volume I was released for publication March 2009, (ISBN: 978-0-9823036-0-3, e-book: 978-0-9823036-1-0).
Volume II: Research Methodology was released for publication October 12, 2009 (ISBN: 978-0-9823036-4-1, e-book: 978-0-9823036-5-8)
Volume III: Change Management due to ship: October 31, 2009. (ISBN: 978-0-9823036-6-5, e-book: 978-0-9823036-7-2)
* Individual e-chapters are available for purchase at <a href=”http:www.refractive thinker.com”>http:www.refractive thinker.com</a>.
Please contact Dr. Cheryl Lentz, both University of Phoenix faculty and graduate of the School of Advanced Studies Doctorate of Management (DM) Program, at email@example.com for further information. This is a great opportunity to be part of an aggregate publishing solution that shares both the cost and the promotion. See yourself published with your colleagues! Contact Dr. Lentz today as the deadline for commitment is February 1st, 2010 with deadline for written materials for Volume IV: February 15th, 2010, and Volume V March 15th 2010.