Leo & Randy On Stories (Told & Untold)

Peernovation: What Peer Advisory Groups Can Teach Us About Building High-Performing Teams by Leo Bottary is Leo’s third book. Like his previous works, The Power Of Peers (coauthored with Leon Shapiro) and What Anyone Can Do, this book contains powerful stories to help readers connect with the content. 

On today’s show, we discuss the power of stories. The Peernovation framework was created to help you foster high-performing teams in your organization. Part of that framework is best illustrated with stories because they help us relate to one another.

Leo intentionally made sure the pricing of this new book is extremely affordable so the message can reach the widest audience possible – “The power of WE begins with YOU.”

#ThePowerOfWEBeginsWithYOU

#Peernovation

For ideas on why leaning on your peers and serving one another at this critical time has never been more important, listen to our podcast.  If you have questions or ideas for us, contact us today.

Useful links (some referred to in today’s episode):

Leo’s latest CEOWORLD articles

Leo’s books – The Power of PeersWhat Anyone Can Do, Peernovation (now published)

The Untold Story – an article written some years ago by Leo for Vistage, a professional peer advisory company

Peter Senge and the learning organization

Brand, Meet Story: How to Create Engaging Content to Win Business and Influence Your Audience by Heather Pemberton Levy
(a book about the Story Comes First method, a practical approach that combines techniques from journalism and fiction writing to help brands tell stories that put the readers’ interests first)

Jeffrey Hayzlett and C-Suite Network (friend of the show and author of the forward for Peernovation, the book)

Experience In Education by John Dewey (big ideas do sometimes come in small packages)

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