Jeff Harry shows individuals and companies how to tap into their true selves, to feel their happiest and most fulfilled — all by playing. Jeff has worked with Google, Microsoft, Southwest Airlines, Adobe, the NFL, Amazon, and Facebook, helping their staff to infuse more play into the day-to-day. Learn more about Jeff’s work at RediscoverYourPlay.com. […]
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.
Peernovation: What Peer Advisory Groups Can Teach Us About Building High-Performing Teams by Leo Bottary has just been published. This is Leo’s third book, following The Power Of Peers (coauthored with Leon Shapiro) and What Anyone Can Do. On today’s show, we discuss the birth of a new book, the arc of Leo’s journey into
Simon Alexander Ong works with leaders, entrepreneurs, and teams who are ready and committed to the next level of their success. As a coach and business strategist, he helps them transcend perceived limitations, dream bigger than they’ve ever done before, and to see how powerful and gifted they truly are. You can connect with him at SimonInspires.com.
Christina L. Martini is a practicing intellectual property attorney and partner at McDermott Will & Emery where she focuses on domestic and international trademark and copyright law, as well as domain name, Internet, social media, advertising, unfair competition, and entertainment law. In addition to Tina’s full-time practice and various leadership roles at the firm, she
Leo Bottary has written three books including The Power Of Peers, What Anyone Can Do, and Peernovation. That last one is in the process of being published. Today, we talk a bit about accountability and writing/publishing books. During the conversation, we mention three authors who have been on the podcast in the past. Larry Robertson is
Leo Bottary recently published an article at CEO World entitled, How Accountability Can Serve Peernovation at Your Company. Today, we discuss Leo’s forthcoming book – PEERNOVATION – and the subject of accountability in high performing teams. #ThePowerOfWEBeginsWithYOU #Peernovation For ideas on why leaning on your peers and serving one another at this critical time has
May Busch is an executive coach, speaker, advisor, and author of Accelerate: Nine Capabilities to Achieve Success at Any Career Stage. May spent her career in corporate environments and was the COO of Morgan Stanley Europe before pursuing leadership coaching and development. May’s mission is helping people succeed in their career and life – to
Our guest today is Mike Richardson. Mike specializes in the agility challenges of CEOs and executives running small to medium-sized enterprises. Mike is a keynote speaker, former Vistage Chair, and author of “Wheelspin: The Agile Executive’s Manifesto.” He’s currently working on a second book, “The 5 Roles Of Everyday Agile Leaders: Cracking The Agility Code
Leo has been sharing some one-liners lately, mostly at Linkedin. Okay, one of them has two lines. Today, we dive more deeply into these to provide you more context, and hopefully, more value on the many concepts shared on social media thus far. Here are a few of them! Let us know what you think.