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Pittsburgh’s Leslie Wilk Braksick, PhD, is the author of Unlock Behavior, Unleash Profits, a business management and leadership book published in January 2000 by McGraw-Hill. Dr. Braksick is donating all royalties from the sale of Unlock Behavior, Unleash Profits to the Heart Institute at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, for a special reason.
 
On Christmas Eve 1996, Dr. Braksick gave birth to Sydney Leigh Braksick. Although her daughter had the normal beauty and intelligence of any new life on earth, her malformed heart and brain stem gave her an all-too-brief life of just 32 days, all of which were spent in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Children’s Hospital.
 
Dr. Braksick and her family have been profoundly impacted by the brief life that was Sydney Leigh’s. Through the tremendously difficult and uncertain road they traveled during those 32 days and after, Dr. Braksick comments that the physicians, nurses and staff of Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh demonstrated medical excellence, compassion and a respect that transcended all decisions and difficulties.
 
Pittsburgh Consultant and Author Leslie Wilk Braksick
Dr. Braksick co-founded The Continuous Learning Group, Inc.(CLG) in 1993 and has built the company into the world’s leading provider of results-based behavioral consulting. She is now the CEO and President of the firm. The book is a result of the demand of her Fortune 100 executive clients to document her cutting-edge application of results-based people strategies. Through Unlock Behavior, Unleash Profitssss, Dr. Braksick shares with readers her savvy in applying behavioral science to help organizations run better and more profitably and displays her unique blend of energy, personality, humanity and emphasis on family values.
 
To order a copy of Unlock Behaviors, Unleash Profits (300 pages, hardcover, U.S. $21.95), contact the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation by phone at 412-692-5318.
 
 
 
 
 
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