This book has been a labor of love, and born of my coaching practice & leadership training experience over the 18 years since I started in the profession.
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“In today’s world we need not look very far for examples of leadership that fails us. Suddenly, a light shines in the dark and dares us to strive for something better. That light is Mark Hunter’s powerful new book entitled The Brink. Using his own mountain-climbing experience as a well-lit path, the author lays bare his own triumphs and failures while breaking down that elusive edge that turns great leaders into influencers. Dare to travel farther without a guide? In your hands are the writings of a modern business sherpa. I suggest you mark it up. Test it. Dog-ear the pages and make it your own. You’ll be glad you did.” —Brad Szollose, multigenerational management expert and award-winning author, Liquid Leadership: From Woodstock to Wikipedia
“Mark Hunter has written an exhilarating book on leadership. He asks readers to journey deep inside themselves to discover the courage, will, and dedication that will allow them to face their limits and fears and become truly effective leaders.” —Sean Brawley, The Brawley Institute, and the world’s first certified inner game coach
“Mark Hunter’s new book, The Brink: How Great Leadership Is Invented, is an excellent read, particularly for corporate leaders who feel in any way stuck. I particularly liked what he says about courage and risk and doing the impossible. Parts reminded me of Tracy Goss’ book The Last Word On Power.” —Timothy Askew, CEO and founder, Corporate Rain International
“As an adventurer, I resonated with the climbing stories and analogies in The Brink. However, the concepts and strategies are valid and powerful for anyone looking to improve as a leader in business and life. A great read!” —Heather Hansen O’Neill, leadership and change speaker and author, Find Your Fire at Forty and Teams on Fire