The Success of Failure: A Coming of Age Fable about Overcoming Failure Despite Ourselves


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Morgan James Publishing
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5.5 X 8.5 X 0.48 inches | 0.59 pounds

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About the Author

Mike Bensi has spent nearly two decades watching organizations struggle with the idea of leadership and leading others. He's watched countless rising stars move into a management role, only to see the star fall from the heavens because of the perceived lack of leadership and management skills. Or was it the lack of tools and resources that caused their downfall?

Back before he started consulting with organizations, the topics surrounding culture were still in their infancy. Yet, he realized the importance of culture and putting employees first, and started teaching these lessons with the businesses he worked with. But now, culture and newer generations are here - and they're here to stay. And both are vital for the success of the future of every organization.

Today, Mike helps organizations and leaders create strategies to transform their cultures, and the leaders who are there to support the transformation.

Mike enjoys spending his free time with his wife and three children. He also enjoys running and anything outdoors. Mike received his bachelor's degree in psychology from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He obtained his MBA from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business.


Mike Bensi has created a great resource for any leader, regardless of their experience level, with this book. The Success of Failure provides insight into a number of important professional and personal issues not commonly addressed in other management or leadership books. Ted Maple, Ph.D., President and CEO

The Success of Failure will resonate with managers new and old who face success, failure and conflict. What Mike Bensi does Is demonstrate how you and your team can grow from these experiences. Craig P. Anderson, President, Student Connections

The Success of Failure won't only produce better managers, but if its wisdom is consistently applied, it will also make those managers better, more peaceful and effective people. David Forsell, President, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful

The Success of Failure puts a human perspective on lessons that apply to the entry-level manager up to the CEO. The book features relatable characters that inspire thoughtful change in both behavior and mindset. It's a must-read for anyone who wants to improve themselves and the people they lead. Nick Smarrelli, CEO, GadellNet

The Success of Failure is a journey that never ends. Mike Bensi does a great job portraying the importance of work life balance at any level of leadership. Jonathan Desalvo, President - Arcamed