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When it comes to leadership, John Hersey knows what works, what doesn't, and why. He's a master story teller who uses real-life situations to bring to light the unforgettable leader that is inside all of us. He has helped companies worldwide create the leaders they need for the business they want. John brings his expertise regarding the impact of behavior on communication, sales, and leadership to every program and event.

This interview may contain references to dates, events, etc., that have already taken place. These references have not been omitted in order to maintain the integrity of the recording, as all Meet The Giants interviews are REAL and unedited conversations.

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Author John Hersey

John Hersey (1914–1993), a prolific and acclaimed writer of both fiction and nonfiction, won a Pulitzer Prize for A Bell for Adano. Yet throughout his life, he was most respected for Hiroshima. According to the New Yorker, “[It] remains his crowning achievement. Though it is imbued with a profound moral sense, it does not preach. It does not hector. It simply tells. The power of it, and of its author, is in the reporting.”