Designing the leadership system to create a high impact organization is the next wave of leadership innovation. This book challenges traditional leadership development. Instead, this book looks at how high impact organizations develop great systems of leadership.

This 233 page, hard cover book is a $29.95 (USD) value and a must read for any first time manager learning how to lead or a seasoned executive who wants to leave a legacy of excellence.

Leveraging the Genetics of Leadership, is scheduled for release in early October 2020. As a pre-launch special, I am offering:

  • A personally autographed copy of Leveraging the Genetics of Leadership.
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  • A special report, 4 Strategies and 16 steps to Engage the Workforce, proven steps to create organizational cultures that are designed to engage the entire workforce around mission, vision, and values.

What Others are Saying About Leadership as a System

Leveraging the Genetics of Leadership is revolutionary – Elekanyani Ndlovu, Energy Sector Senior Executive, Johannesburg, South Africa

In Leveraging the Genetics of Leadership, Dan Edds has discovered the principles of leadership that are producing organizational greatness across multiple industries. These are the same principles Walt used to create the largest entertainment company in the world.”
Dr. Jeffrey A. Barnes, Author of The Wisdom of Walt and Beyond the Wisdom of Walt

“Daniel Edds has the unique ability to explain what outstanding leaders create without delving into who they are. The inspired results he describes across a wide range of institutions attest to the abilities great leaders have to develop leaderful organizations. By distilling the essence of effective leadership systems, he shows us how to continuously tap the potential of each individual in service of a powerful whole. His systemic focus enables organizations to sustain high performance without depending on the capabilities of any one leader.”
David Peter Stroh, Social Systems Consultant and Best-Selling Author of Systems Thinking for Social Change