Francis Cholle is an international business consultant, best-selling author, and engaging speaker. Francis is the CEO/Founder of The Human Company where he helps companies rethink business in ways that conventional strategic management cannot. His clients are major, mid-size, emerging firms, including global powerhouses across a wide variety of industries such as beauty, luxury, pharmaceuticals, communications, […]

Holly Woods, PhD is the author of a new book, The Golden Thread: Where to Find Purpose in the Stages of Your Life. She is the owner/founder of Holly Woods Coaching, where she enjoys serving visionary entrepreneurs, founders, and innovators who use their business as a vehicle to change the world. Click here to get

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Dan Hoffman believes that business is philosophy in action, culture eats strategy for breakfast, and learning is leverage. After starting, growing, and selling a cloud-based technology company Dan and his family spent a few years in Spain learning what he wanted to do next. From that sabbatical came an idea focused on peer learning. Today,

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Our podcasting journey began with Year Of The Peer Podcast (influenced by Leo’s first book, The Power of Peers). That podcast gave rise to Leo’s second book and our second podcast season, What Anyone Can Do. Now, we’re rebranding the podcast to reflect Leo’s upcoming third book, with a laser focus on building high performing

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Leo’s first book (a book co-authored with Vistage CEO, Leon Shapiro) was titled The Power Of Peers. After the publication, our podcasting adventures started with The Year Of The Peer, the first iteration where we interviewed over 50 high achievers who taught us that peers should likely be viewed through a wider lens. Every person is

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America is now slowly opening back up from the coronavirus pandemic. The past 6 weeks or so have provoked fear and uncertainty all over the planet. From school teachers to corporate leaders, from local city government leaders to factory workers, we’re all fearful about the present and the future. How long will this last? What

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We’re joined today by Boston-based Vistage Chair Phil Holberton. During this coronavirus pandemic, Phil’s CEO peer groups have collectively and individually faced personal and professional disruptions. This challenge has brought the group members closer together and made them value their work together more highly. Many CEOs are growing increasingly focused on the opportunities as society

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The global Covid-19 crisis now has most of us in America living under a “shelter in place” rule, meaning we’re isolated at home except to take care of things necessary to maintain our health and safety. We can go to the pharmacy, grocery store, gas station, bank, pick up take-out food, etc. Otherwise, the government

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Covid19 has created a level of global uncertainty that cuts to the heart of our collective humanity.  It seems like yesterday people were enjoying a great start to the new year.  Today, many are now wondering if they’ll survive – economically or physically.  Such a seismic shift in market, physical and emotional conditions is rocking

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Leo kicks off today’s discussion with a phrase that speaks to what inhibits too many of us from taking meaningful action – psychological safety. Quite simply, we’re afraid. The result? Inaction. The highest achievers lean into doing things and figuring it out as they go. It’s largely trial and error activity unbothered by imperfection. Would

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