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A comprehensive framework for optimizing your impact and maximizing personal and professional growth as a leader.

You’ve strived to be your best in every step of your career. Now you’re starting a new leadership role, one with more responsibility in areas and organizations where your experience is limited. The template for success you’ve always relied on may no longer apply. 


You need an adaptable roadmap based on shared values and thoughtful strategy. You need improved clarity, renewed confidence, and deeper capabilities. But first, you need a starting point. 

In Changing AltitudeDennis O’Neil and Greg Hiebert provide you with a comprehensive framework for optimizing your impact and maximizing personal and professional growth. When it comes to leadership, character counts. Dennis and Greg show you how to identify values that underscore who you are as a leader, define what success means to your organization, and take your team into the future with a synergistic balance of self-reflection and self-development. No matter your industry, experience, or responsibilities, this book is your official guide for becoming a more impactful leader.


As a forty-one-year veteran and lifelong practitioner of leadership, I am confident that the ideas in Changing Altitude will positively change relationships in any team or organization. Dennis and Greg have crafted a thoughtful and creative leadership model built around servant leadership, active listening, and consistent feedback. But Changing Altitude is not just for leaders. It will resonate strongly with anyone who wants to improve themselves, their team, and their organization.

General (Retired) Martin E. Dempsey, 18th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

It's easy to take life for granted. In the pursuit of fame, fortune, or success, we forget to take care of ourselves, missing out on things that bring us joy, happiness, and well-being. It's time to transform burnout into happiness and invest in ourselves, so we can be the best for those who need us most.

In You Can't Give What You Don't Have, executive coach and leadership educator Greg Hiebert walks you through seven fundamental habits to becoming personally and professionally fulfilled. Drawing on cutting-edge research and real-life examples, he demonstrates how to embrace purpose, cultivate positivity, deepen relationships, express gratitude, visualize hope, be mindful, and keep moving. He also offers techniques to integrate these habits into any challenging, busy life.

Well-being and resilience aren't products of luck. Through disciplined practice of these seven habits, you can create a remarkable, fulfilling life--and transform into your very best self.


"This book is a must read for anyone serious about making their life the very best in the service to others. Greg Hiebert is the quintessential Servant Leader. As a physician and community leader, Greg's practical and inspiring approach has changed my perspective: he has empowered me and my colleagues to realize that self-replenishment and mindfulness is essential in order to continue to give one's best and in order to live life to the fullest. Get this book. It will change your life!"


-Dr. Avril Beckford, Chief Pediatric Officer and Board Member, WellStar Health System, Atlanta, Georgia


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