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Secretan, Lance H. K.


SECRETAN, Lance H. K. Canadian (born England), b. 1939. Genres: Business/Trade/Industry, Human relations/Parenting, Philosophy. Career: Office Overload, Toronto, Ontario, sales manager, 1960-67; Manpower Ltd., London, England, chief executive officer, 1967-81; The Secretan Center Inc., Cataract, Ontario, chief executive officer, 1972-; writer, lecturer, and consultant, 1981-85. Visiting professor of entrepreneurship at McMaster University and York University. Associated with an oil and gas exploration company, a travel company, a European-based investment company, and a consulting firm specializing in leadership, spirituality and values in the work place, motivation, and corporate culture. Worked as child actor. Publications: How to Be an Effective Secretary, 1972; From Guns to Butter, 1981; Managerial Moxie: A Basic Strategy for the Corporate Trenches, 1986; The Masterclass: Modern Fables for Working and Living, 1988; The Way of the Tiger: Gentle Wisdom for Turbulent Times, 1989; Living the Moment: A Sacred Journey, 1992; Managerial Moxie: The Eight Proven Steps to Empowering Employees and Super Charging Your Company, 1993; Reclaiming Higher Ground: Creating Organizations that Inspire the Soul, 1996; Inspirational Leadership: Destiny, Calling and Cause, 1999; [email protected] Cards: Bringing Spirit & Values to Work, 2002; Inspire: What Great Leaders Do, 2004. Address: R.R.2, Alton, ON, Canada L0N 1A0. Online address: [email protected]

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