Mo Fathelbab is the founder and president of Forum Resources Network and former executive director of Young Entrepreneurs’ Organization (YEO). He has been conducting forum retreat facilitation, forum training, moderator training, and corporate teambuilding since 1997. Since 1991, Mo has facilitated over 1,400 programs, served as executive director of YEO for 7 years and authored […]

Alexander Keehnen is founder and CEO of WIN Mastermind, the personal development and business club for purpose-driven entrepreneurs. They practice teamwork to help each other’s businesses grow. Members continuously exchange their expertise, skills and their business connections… on a common journey to live on purpose and have a positive impact in the world. Alexander is

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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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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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Leo published an article at CEOWORLD last May (2019) about speaking truth to power. He approached it from the vantage point of both the leader (CEO) and those who report to the leader (employees). Mark Twain said, “Never tell the truth to people who are not worthy of it.” However, Leo and Randy maintain we’re all

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“Don’t limit your challenges; challenge your limits.”   ― Jerry Dunn Jerry Dunn was known as the “Marathon Man” because in the year 2000 he ran 200 marathons. His quote speaks to this episode of the What Anyone Can Do Podcast – the high value derived when others will caringly challenge us to help us achieve

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Today’s show isn’t about partisan politics. It’s not a conversation intended to further the polarization within our country. Quite the contrary, it’s about the power of collaboration and all the benefits we may be missing in our collective failure to wake up and figure this out. Today’s topics include compassion, forgiveness, consideration, cooperation, and collaboration.

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Our guest today is Rich Karlgaard, publisher and futurist for Forbes and author of a new book, Late Bloomers: The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early Achievement. Are all high achievers early achievers? Can mature individuals with life experience add value to a workplace? Does personal and professional growth have an expiration

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Today, we conclude our discussion on the 3 major elements required to have the most effective peer advantage: Showing Up Stepping Up Following Up Following up is often what’s lacking in learning and development, the subject of Leo’s new column published in CEOWorld Magazine. Leo and Randy discuss the importance of trust and accountability in

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When Leon Shapiro and I tackled the subject of how and why formal peer groups for CEOs and business leaders work so well in The Power of Peers, our research revealed two important findings: 1) The Learning-Achieving Cycle  common to high performing groups; and, 2) What we called the Five Factors necessary for making the

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