By Mike Falconer
I have always been fascinated by leaders and managers; the visionaries that change our world. I have also been fascinated by weaknesses and propensity for implosion in those same leaders and managers.
When I started to see some of those same traits in myself as a manager, I wanted to dig deeper and figure out what was happening to me and what it had happened to others.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Originally hailing from Scotland, and after a career in the entertainment lighting business, Mike is the Hospital Administrator for a 14 doctor veterinary practice in Las Vegas. A Hospital Administrator for 10 years, and the 3rd hospital administrator position he has held, Mike also writes, speaks and consults on management, human resources, marketing, and social media. A frequent poster on Quora, and his own blog, Mike is also involved in various veterinary management, human resources, and marketing organizations.
Mike supports retired Greyhound rescue and shares his home with and retired racer, Chip, along with an Russell Terrier Mix named Dapple. In his spare time, Mike is a voracious reader, consumer of film, and theater patron.
He also spends far too much time on Twitter.