Update: This contest is closed and winners have been contacted. Thanks so much to those who participated!
Last year, I gave away such a meeting for a charity auction and the lunch I had with Solarwinds resulted in a case study that I included in the “Open Leadership” book. So think of the possibilities!
To enter, go to the Entry Form and enter the following information:
- Your name, title, company/organization, and email.
- The first “Rule of Open Leadership” which appears on page 14 of the book. If you don’t have the book already, you can find it in many retail stores. A list of places to find the book online is available at https://bit.ly/buyopenbook. Or find the book on Google Books where you can quickly flip to page 14.
No purchase is necessary….but I’d really appreciate it if you’d purchase a copy of “Open Leadership”. It also makes a great gift for your management team! Purchasing a copy has no impact whatsoever on your chances of winning in the random drawing.
Complete entry and giveaway rules are available and if you have questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*In person meetings are in the Bay Area or wherever I may be traveling. They cannot require additional travel on my part.
6 thoughts on “Win a Free Meeting with Charlene Li”
Hi, Charlene. Just downloaded your book on Audible. Looking forward to listening to it, particularly to steal some articulate arguments for openness (especially to the legal department) and some examples to cite. BUT right now I’m looking to subscribe to your blog posts and don’t see anyplace on your website to subscribe. Am I missing it?
Julie: Sorry the link is so hard to find – it’s at the bottom, the orange square with the white “radar” rings, next to the text “Connect with Charlene”. I’ll make it more obvious, thanks for the feedback!
And the direct link is https://feeds.feedburner.com/charleneliblog. Thanks!
FYI, you’ve got a typo on the form: reeive instead of receive
I still owe you a “Advanced Reading” Blog Post yikes. So busy here. I will get this over the weekend (I hope). Hope you are well.
Hello Charlene, I also did get your latest book @audible and really recommend it to everyone involved in new media. This is the way it goes! I really appreciated the practical information and real world examples… By the way: Will you do a 2010 version of the engagement db report? Would be good to compare the results with last year. Just in case you don`t recognize me. I am the Mercedes-Benz guy you met in Berlin with Matthew K.:)
Fantastic blog, partner! Win a Free Meeting with Charlene Li – Founder of Altimeter Group, Author of Open Leadership, Coauthor of Groundswell is really a thing. I’ll be introducing acquire before long and that i will certainly replicate aspects of the one you have, lawfully naturally 🙂