Bet on You: How to Win with Risk


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HarperCollins Leadership
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6.0 X 9.2 X 0.9 inches | 0.9 pounds

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About the Author

Angie Morgan is an author-illustrator whose previous books include Enormouse (Frances Lincoln), Shouty Arthur and the Sedric Stories (Egmont). Born in Bristol, she studied graphics and illustration at Goldsmiths College, London. Her stories show an acute, sympathetic understanding of how children think about things. Angie uses a wide variety of mediums in her illustrations, watercolors, pastels, charcoal, and scanned ephemera of all kinds. She lives in Bath, England

Courtney Lynch is a big-picture thinker whose life's mission is to support individuals as they become the best leaders they know. She spent nine years as a Marine Corps officer, managed a top-notch software sales team, and practiced at one of the nation's leading law firms. Courtney also served as an elected official and as Chief Operating Officer at a rapidly scaling U.K.-based technology company. Clients turn to Courtney for her in-the-moment advice and breadth of real-world experiences. She is the cofounder of Lead Star, a leadership development firm that works with Fortune 500 companies, small- and mid-sized businesses, nonprofits, government agencies, and academic institutions, and the co-author (with Courtney Lynch) of Leading from the Front: No-Excuse Leadership Tactics For Women.


'Given the current pace of geopolitical and technological change, successful leaders will be those who adapt and innovate while managing risk. 'Bet on You - How Leaders Win with Risk invites readers to get out of their comfort zone, lead change, and win!'--General Joseph Dunford, USMC (Ret.), former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
'Angie and Courtney's personal stories, combined with their direct guidance, will give you the courage and confidence to lead your life in ways most authentic to you.'--Aria Finger, Former CEO of