Chris Comeaux, Nationally Recognized Hospice Leader, Announces the Release of First Book

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The Anatomy of Leadership provides a framework for leadership while providing tools and strategies for leaders to develop their skills.  Comeaux provides a common definition of leadership to establish a beachhead for other works aimed at leadership development and finding one’s purpose.  He draws on his life experience of studying leadership and working as a hospice and serious illness leader for more than 28 years to create this guide for anyone in a leadership position.  Whether leading a Sunday school group or a multi-national corporation, The Anatomy of Leadership will help readers understand the deeper meaning of being a leader and reveal the path to building one’s leadership style and living one’s cause and purpose.

According to Quint Studer, founder of the Studer Group and author of The Calling: Why Healthcare is So Special, “The question at the heart of this book is one I’ve studied all my life: What is leadership?  I’ve met leaders in many areas—healthcare, community revitalization, education—and find Chris’s thoughts on the subject compelling. Chris walks us through his framework while encouraging us to think, journal, envision, and keep doing the unending (lifelong) work of learning to be a leader.”

The Anatomy of Leadership is published by Teleios Communications and will be available on Amazon and in print.

Chris Comeaux is a nationally known leader in hospice and palliative care.  He served for many years as president/CEO of Four Seasons in North Carolina, an American Hospital Association Circle of Life winning hospice, and he is a recipient of the Peter Keese Leadership Award. Chris has worked with the Studer Group on leadership development throughout the hospice and palliative care world.
Comeaux is President/CEO of Teleios Collaborative Network (TCN) and Teleios Consulting Group (TCG).  The goal of TCN’s collaboration is to harness the best of each hospice and enable the network to care for the patients and families in each community served.

In 2020, Chris helped co-found Teleios Consulting Group (TCG), a coaching and consulting company that applies the leadership principles used in TCN and the leadership system Chris has developed for clients all over the U.S. TCN was founded in 2017 by Four Seasons and Carolina Caring and co-founded by AMOREM and Mountain Valley organizations.  TCN is currently comprised of fourteen member organizations across eight states and has been named by Modern Healthcare as one of America’s Best Places to Work in 2023, 2022, and 2021. It was second in the nation in 2021.

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