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Balanced Leadership: Keys for Success for Business Owners and Consultants

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In the ebbs and flows of today’s diverse business landscape, the success of the future demands sustainable, trustworthy, and balanced leaders. Join us on Better Biz Better You Show (www.BetterBizBetterYouShow.net) as business executive, CEO, and author of Tighten the Lug Nuts: The Principles of Balanced Leadership, Rocky Romanella, shares keys to achiecving balanced leadership for small business owners and consultants.  The show will air, Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 7::00 PM. Listeners may call in during the live show and ask Rocky questions by dialing (646) 668-2914.

 

ABOUT ROCKY ROMANELLA

Rocky Romanella was born in New York City and raised in New Jersey in an Italian family. He began a 36-year career with UPS on June 15, 1976 as a part-time loader and unloader. From there, Romanella climbed the ranks to become President and General Manager of UPS Supply Chain Solutions. After retiring from the largest transportation and logistics company in the world, Romanella went on to serve as Chief Executive Officer and Director for UniTek Global Services, a mid-cap telecommunications solutions company.

Utilizing over 40 years of experience, Romanella embarked on writing Tighten the Lug Nuts: The Principles of Balanced Leadership, which explores the ways a true leader can add value as a trusted advisor, mentor, and visionary who uses a process approach to lead the organization and its people to new levels of success. Rocky holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management from St. John’s University.

For more information about Rocky Romanella and services his company provides visit www.3SIXTYManagementServices.com

 

 

 

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