"Marks provides clear and insightful guidance for addressing both the emotional realities and business imperatives associated with workplace recovery. A masterful blend of theory and practice." Anthony F. Buono, professor of management and sociology, Bentley College
"Employees in all organizations today are overwhelmed with mergers, downsizings, restructurings, and other transitions. This book is about how to motivate employees, how to get them to look ahead to new opportunities rather than licking wounds, and how to activate people in their new situation rather than paralyze them." Elke Reissig, M.D., director, Schering Pharamceuticals AG, Berlin
"If your company has gone through a difficult restructuring, read this book right away you will wish you had done so earlier. Marks provides a clear roadmap for getting your organization going again and preparing it to reach new heights." Benjamin Gomes-Casseres, coauthor, Mastering Alliance Strategy
"Other than Dilbert and a few other brave pundits, very few regularly speak out about the human pain and organizational inefficiencies that fester in today's work world. Mitchell Lee Marks brings these issues out in the open in a refreshing, candid manner in his new book and, better yet, provides concrete, practical advice on ways to deal with them." Liz Guthridge, principal , The Adobe Group
"Through his vast experience, Marks demonstrates that he has the knowledge and wherewithal to safely guide corporate members of all ranks through a very difficult process. Through Marks's writings one understands the available benefits to the corporation as well as benefits to the individual if a merger or acquisition is properly managed. Charging Back Up the Hill is an informative and equally enjoyable read." Larry J. Elardo, president and chief executive officer, Argenta, Inc.