The theme of the April 2011 issue of SUCCESS magazine is "Leading Change," and lately there's no better example of a successful leader who has taken his company through a difficult transformation than Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks. Restoring Starbucks' financial health was one thing, but maintaining its special culture was quite another. Read all about how Schultz rekindled the emotion that built the company.
Jimmy Carter chose reinvention over retirement, then got to work on some of the world's most intractable problems. Find out what the 39th president has been keeping himself busy with the past 30 years and discover some of his simple routines for success.
The issue also includes a profile of legendary Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, a feature on how leaders must evolve to remain effective, ideas on how to clear the clutter and optimize your workspace, plus best-selling author Seth Godin outlines seven ways to reinvent yourself, and much more!
The SUCCESS CD inserted in each magazine features publisher Darren Hardy's interviews with Seth Godin, who explains how three little words, "Do, don't say," can make all the difference in not only being a great leader but an authentic one as well, and John C. Maxwell, who discusses the greatest challenge anyone faces as a leader.