Help spread the word about Do Lead!

Here’s what I know: The ideas in Do Lead will spread most rapidly through people like you — forward-thinking leaders (official and not-so-official), who believe that anyone, anywhere can lead. To change the way the world talks about leadership, I need your help spreading these ideas.

If you’re up for that, here are a few things you can do: 

Share the first chapter:

Simply direct them to and tell them they can download Chapter One for free!

Tweet about it:

Contribute to the conversation on the #doleadbook hashtag.

And/or here's a precrafted tweet you can use. Just click on the text below.

Like our Facebook page and/or post about the book:

Please click here and then click the Facebook Like Button at the top of the page.  Alternatively you can copy, paste and share the following on Facebook:

Just read the fantastic first chapter of @DoLeadbook by @LesMckeown. You can too - it's free!: #DoLeadBook

Post a review on Amazon (or your blog or anywhere else!):

Please click here to visit the book's Amazon page. A few things you can do on this page:

  • Read the book? Write a review: I would love a review. Go here and then click the 'Create your own review' button.
  • Tag the book: Scroll down to "Tags Customers Associate with This Product" and feel free to tag the book which terms such as business, leadership, leadership, leading, management, growth, business growth, strategy, business strategy.

Join us at one of our public events:

Check out my speaking calendar here. Check I'd love to have you join us! 

Talk about the ideas in Do Lead with your team, your colleagues, your friends

Maybe even buy extra copies for them. Check out the great bonuses - from bookplates, to a private call to a half-day workshop - you'll receive as my thanks

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Praise For Do Lead

Do Lead breathes new life into the concept of leadership. Like many business owners, I once viewed leadership as a function of management. After reading Do Lead, however, I realized that every employee could be exercising leadership to achieve common goals.
— Leslie Pembrook, President & CEO, The Medical Team, Inc.