3SIXTY’s Sr. Partner & Founder Rocky Romanella has been signing copies of his book TIGHTEN THE LUG NUTS: THE PRINCIPLES OF BALANCED LEADERSHIP around the country:
- Barnes and Nobel, North Point Parkway in Alpharetta, GA
- Houck’s Grille in Roswell, GA
- The UPS Store Headquarters in San Diego, CA
- The Wynn Hotel, Las Vegas Nevada
- The Palm’s Hotel, Las Vegas Nevada
- Turnberry Isle Aventura Florida
- This is a great opportunity to meet Rocky and mingle! Visit the CONTACT US page to set up your event in 2018.
TIGHTEN THE LUG NUTS is not your typical business how-to guide in that it’s narrated by a Rocky-inspired fictional character named Joe Scafone, who demonstrates the importance of small acts of kindness. A former part time loader/unloader who climbed the ranks to become President of UPS Supply Chain Solutions, Rocky believes a true leader can be measured by “what you do when no one is watching.” Click here to watch a video of Rocky introducing the book.
PRAISE FOR ROCKY:
Dennis Snow—author, speaker & consultant of Walt Disney—praised Tighten the Lug Nuts as “a highly useful and highly readable book for ANYONE wishing to be a more effective (and happy) leader. His storytelling approach makes Tighten the Lug Nuts an entertaining read, and the lesson summaries that complete each chapter serve as a blueprint for putting the information into practice. I’d recommend Tighten the Lug Nuts to new leaders as well as experienced leaders. If you don’t learn something from this book, you’re not trying!”
Tim Davis—President of The UPS Store, Inc.—praised Rocky for being “an inspiring leader that personally connects with his audience. Through his unique business and personal examples, he captures the attention of the room and imparts relevant lessons that truly motivates you to be a balanced leader aware of how your actions affect your customers, associates and business partners.”
Shannon Schell—COO of REVA, INC.—said, “The Leadership training offered by 3SIXTY Management Services was an excellent opportunity for our management team to develop their skills in the critical areas of responsibility and leadership that they face on a daily basis.”