Reeves and Schuster
Learning good leadership is difficult. Learning great leadership is hilarious.
Leadership is messy, and young leaders need firm anchors to face their new challenges. So what better place to learn those skills than leadership-challenged St. Foy’s College? Management Professor Cal Schuster gets plenty of opportunities to conduct his research and apply his theories to take on whatever comedic disasters befall the campus, accompanied by his eager-to-please and overly practical teaching assistant, Reeves. Surrounded by a cast of characters who don’t always behave how the textbooks predict, the professor confronts the complexities of leadership in a sitcom world where exaggeration enhances learning. This humorous look at leadership provides emerging and existing leaders with practical tips and memorable stories to help them navigate through their big and small challenges.
Reeves and Schuster: Lessons for Leaders in a Sitcom World features five stories of leadership, each tackling a different critical skill area through Reeves and Schuster’s adventures. Each story is followed by an overview of a practical model, highlighting key perspectives and actions needed to master that leadership skill.
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Stephen Collins is an incredibly gifted teacher and Sam Collins is a talented storyteller. Their book, "Reeves and Schuster: Lessons for Leaders in a Sitcom World" offers a fun read filled with practical wisdom for being an effective servant leader. Well worth the time invested! ~ George Green IV, CEO and President, Water Mission
Stephen and Sam Collins have teamed up and written an entertaining leadership book, "Reeves and Schuster: Lessons for Leaders in a Sitcom World." This is a unique approach to share the principles of leadership, told in a storybook format. They note in the book, "The people you lead, follow, and collaborate with will most likely be your source of greatest joy and frustration." As a leader, you help determine the trajectory of the joy or frustration. Stephen has helped MAP International train our leaders through the Servant-Leadership model to achieve our organizational goals. ~ Steve Stirling, CEO and President, MAP International and author of
"Reeves and Schuster" integrates information and humor to provide insights on a proven leadership concept. The story had me laughing out loud and we in business all know we need more humor in our reading and business practices. Good work! ~ Gene K. Ontjes Chick-fil-A Franchise Owner/Operator for 49 years