Lessons on Leadership by Lou D’Ambrosio, Former CEO of Sears Corp.

Dear CSS Members and Colleagues:

As some of you may know I have been at Harvard Business School and recently graduated. But more on this later. One of the inspiring lectures I heard from a leader in industry was offered by Lou D’Ambrosio. His career is inspiring as he was the youngest Executive leader in IBM’s History and subsequently became the CEO for Sears at the time of it’s greatest performance. After his departure, as we all know, Sears failed. He gives a post-mortem analysis of this. Most importantly he shares reflections on leadership and development of yourself. All of us can benefit from his insights….

Best Regards,

Jon “JP” Warner, MD

Founder, CSS

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