Testimonials - What Everyone is
Saying about Len Marrella
Len Marrella's books and leadership keynote speeches
have long been recognized by government, business and educational leaders
for the importance of engendering the timeless values of ethical leadership
and integrity in all aspects of life.
"Our Group was blessed to have Dr. Len Marrella
speak to us. His insights on why character matters were so timely in
today's world and one wonders if there is much honor, character, and
ethics remaining today where one can be successful and still maintain
high ethical standards. Dr. Marrella's message and research not only
says yes, but argues that it is a critical element in leading a truly
successful and inspiring life."
John A. Ehardt, CPA, CFP
Authors Jack Canfield
& Len Marrella
In Search of Ethics
Probably the best endorsement for IN
SEARCH OF ETHICS is the
fact that for the past few years the United States Military Academy
Point has sent a copy of IN SEARCH OF ETHICS to the homes of every
cadet for reading prior to their arrival at West Point. The Academy
to be the premiere institution in the world in developing leaders
character and for these last years has begun the process with
Other schools (high school through
college) and businesses are following West Point's lead in using
IN SEARCH OF ETHICS to train people of all ages and experiences.
It should be a major contributing force in dealing with the challenge
of developing leaders of character.
Mead, Retired Chairman & CEO Tenneco
Former Chairman of the MIT Corporation
Thank you for a very informative meeting
and sharing your thoughts on ethics and the cornerstones of leadership,
including the critical role of character in leadership.
- R. James
Nicholson, Secretary of Veterans Affairs
Lens presentation holds
some ancient truths and begins the thinking along those timeless lines.
His delivery is unmatched. He can deliver complex thoughts as one-liners.
C. Lawrence, Lawrence & Fionkelstein, PLLC
"Len Marrella wants to show young
people that professional and personal success does not require lying,
cheating or stealing, and that American democracy is self-cleansing:
'We do have the mechanisms to change our political leaders, to adjust
our economy and to commit to our values.' There is no sCarcity of immoral
tales demonstrating the consequences of vice. It's nice to read inspiring
Fields, Nationally Syndicated Columnist