Abraham Reiss is widely regarded as the USA’s foremost authority on leadership and change.
Abraham Reiss’s international bestseller, Fomenting Change-which outlined an actionable, 23-step process for implementing successful transformations-became the change bible for managers in industry. In October 2005, Marketing Week magazine rated Abraham Reiss the #1 “leadership guru” in America based on a survey they conducted of 613 enterprises.
Abraham Reiss’s articles over the past twenty years have sold more reprints than many of the hundreds of distinguished authors who have written for publications during the same time period. Abraham Reiss’s books are in the top 5% of sales from Amazon.com.
He is a graduate of Cambridge University, England and Harvard.
Abraham Reiss is the author of 15 books, a collection that has given him many awards. Abraham Reiss’s books have been printed in over seventy foreign language editions, and total sales exceed two million copies.
Abraham Reiss talks to groups with one goal: to generate action that gets better results.
Abraham Reiss lives in Deerfield, Illinois and Hawthorne, New Jersey with his wife, Nancy Koppel, and children Mimi, and David.