Jim Lukaszewski

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Gender MALE
Industry Consulting
Location Minneapolis, MInnesota, United States
Introduction James E. Lukaszewski (loo ka SHEV skee) is an expert in preventing, managing, and reducing crisis and contention. He counsels company leaders facing serious internal and external problems. His broad-based experience ranges from media-initiated investigations to product recalls and plant closings, from criminal litigation to takeovers. He guides management through the resolution of corporate problems and bad news. The situations he helps resolve often involve conflict, controversy, community action or activist opposition, including civil and criminal litigation. He helps executives and leaders look at problems from a variety of sensible, constructive, principled perspectives. His clients learn to take appropriate, highly focused, ethically appropriate action. He personally coaches executives in trouble, or those facing career-defining problems. He is a prolific author (six books, hundreds of articles and monographs), lecturer, trainer, counselor, and public speaker. His newest book, Why Should the Boss Listen to You?, was published by Jossey-Bass in 2008. His name was listed in Corporate Legal Times as one of “28 Experts to Call When All Hell Breaks Loose.”