Everything I read in his new book held my attention and often touched me - his searching, his humility, the quality of his descriptive writing, the narrative, the humanness and indeed the eldership that he displays.I like what I have read very much and I believe it will hold readers well. I fully endorse the conclusions and he has found a great way to convey it to others.
To Plant a Walnut Tree profoundly touches the heart of what many are pondering and plants the seed of a new way of thinking about our leadership contribution. The journey many of us take seems to stop at a clear and sometimes unfulfilling point now we have reached the top, what s next? Trevor's well argued and passionate answer is to become an elder, one who knows what they can uniquely do that the world of tomorrow needs. It will inspire you to renew how you bring your humanity to the work you do with and for others.
Highly readable, with the pace of a novel and what it teaches has profound use for any leader or aspiring one. To plant a walnut tree, means to look to your legacy. Leadership has its own glass ceiling, this is a thoughtful and entertaining exploration of what might lay beyond it... Highly recommended.