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About the Book

For leaders looking to instigate lasting change, Giraffes of Technology is the must-read leadership book of the decade. Kirkus Reviews called Giraffes of Technology, “A serious business book with a light touch, a clear message and much wisdom.”

Endorsed by designer Tommy Hilfiger, the Strategic Finance Review, and former CBS correspondent Jacqueline Adams, Giraffes of Technology is the book for leaders who wish to create a supportive and authentic work environment that propagates genuine loyalty from employees and staff. In six compact chapters, authors Dr. Hubert D. Glover and Professor John Curry describe how technology and changing cultural norms have come to favor leadership traits reminiscent of the giraffe.

About the Authors

Hubert Glover, Author

Dr. Hubert D. Glover

Dr. Hubert D. Glover is an experienced leader and academician with more than 30 years leading major enterprises including subsidiaries of PricewaterhouseCoopers, and a joint venture with Shell Oil along with launching his own company REDE Inc. (which has won numerous awards for their services to federal agencies and Fortune 500 companies).

John Curry, Author

John Curry

John Curry is an award-winning writer and a distinguished professor. He has more than 15 years of experience in international and national communications. He researched, wrote, and produced books, op-eds, academic reports, and documentary projects at the NEA, United States Information Agency, Voice of America, US News and World Report Books, CBS and CNN.

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