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A New Book from Correct Craft’s CEO


Correct Craft CEO and president Bill Yeargin has released his latest book, Education of a CEO: Lessons for Leaders.

An inveterate reader and traveler — he reads dozens of books a year and has visited more than 110 countries — Yeargin considers himself a “passionate lifelong learner.”


“My strong desire is that this new book will be helpful to both current and future leaders,” Yeargin said in a statement. “I have learned so much from others and continue to learn daily from our Correct Craft team. Education of a CEO is an opportunity for me to help others, as I have been helped, by sharing some of what I have learned.”

Yeargin aims to gather what he calls “organizational culture drivers” to discuss developing and driving strong cultures within their organizations during the company’s annual Culture Summit.

Correct Craft held this year’s Culture Summit virtually in March. Click here to watch a recording of the summit.


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