I am sitting in my family room watching the Ohio State/Michigan game, laptop in lap, posting on the topic of preparing for the Year of the Peer. A few moments ago, I received a text from a friend I met
I was visiting a neighbor recently and there was a man in his mid-to-late 80s, who happened to be at the house as well. During the course of conversation, he started to quiz me about my book, The Power of
I was recently invited to contribute a video for a webinar that was led by Vistage (UK) titled: Accountability – The glue that ties commitment to results. When it comes to creating a culture of accountability, either for a peer
Meet Jonathan the Husky, the mascot for the University of Connecticut. He’s an enduring and evolving symbol, named in honor of the last colonel and the first governor of the “Constitution State.” There’s a costumed version and an actual canine.
Expert DOjO’s Head Honcho Brian Mac Mahon invited Ryan Foland and me to speak for a full morning session at the Digital Hollywood Conference in Los Angeles last week. What an amazing event! Brian provided the kind of insights that
Perry Maughmer, a Vistage Chair in the Columbus, Ohio area recently shared that he was reading The Power of the Other: The Startling Effect Other People Have On You From the Boardroom to the Bedroom and Beyond – and What
I started my day yesterday with a visit to Expert DOJO in Santa Monica, CA where I met with Brian Mac Mahon and Dustin Dye. Brian is the head honcho and Dustin is the membership guru – yes, their real
I think a lot of Red Sox fans would agree that without the heroics of David Ortiz (Big Papi), the story going into this year’s postseason might have focused on the prospect of a match-up between the Boston Red Sox
When I thought about a headline before writing this post, the first thing that popped into my head was what you see here, “Collaboration Trumps Competition.” I didn’t connect it to the presidential election at first and yet it’s fitting.
In the October issue of Harvard Business Review, Michael Beer, Magnus Finnström and Derek Schrader wrote a piece titled Why Leadership Training Fails — and What to Do About It. I’d like to share the comment I left on HBR’s