January 3, 2022
Caroline described her life as ordinary. She and her husband, Greg, lived a comfortable life in a large house in a quaint coastal New England town north of Boston. Her two grown daughters lived nearby. To alleviate her boredom, she had her best friend, Noel, a woman still as wild as she was when they met in college, who entertained Caroline with her tales of world travels and romantic encounters. And so life went on…until one day, Caroline returned from walking her dog to find her life turned upside down. She was suddenly immersed in a terrifying mystery and nothing would ever be the same again.
October 31, 2020
But it can be hard to know where to start. We wait to be told to lead, or until we're promoted to justify our ability. We don't have to wait. We can make the decision to lead in whatever way makes sense for us. We can further enhance our leadership development through expanding our awareness, by taking initiative to practice and then looking to those you trust, to those you lead, and to yourself to evaluate your efforts.
Through the author's real-life stories, research, and practice, this book provides detailed ways you can develop your Leadership Brand and map your decisions to support it within all aspects of your life in living a Leadership Lifestyle. Discover what's limiting your leadership potential and where you can truly find ways to lead in your life. This book is also for those of you who sometimes need a reminder about how you can take action from within the trap of mediocrity directly through your decisions.
ABOUT CATHERINE RYMSHA
Catherine Rymsha, Ed.D.
Catherine is the author of two books, The Leadership Decision, which builds on her TEDx talk, professional and academic background in leadership development. She currently teaches at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. Her second book, Stunning, stems from her fascination of murder and crimes stories and from her love of writing since childhood.
Catherine is from West Newbury, Massachusetts and attended Northeastern University for her advanced degrees in leadership and the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) in North Adams for English and Communications. She enjoys spending time with her dog, Mia, vacationing in Nantucket and running.