The coronavirus pandemic is providing an opportunity for members of peer advisory groups (mastermind groups) to weather this crisis together while they also look to create their best future, once life returns to normal. Leo has been using video conferencing platforms to deliver presentations and webinars to business leaders, members and Chairs for TEC Canada […]

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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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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Leo is putting in the work toward publishing his new book. The content is driving deeper thoughts about our work together in groups and teams. During his workshops, Leo will often ask participants to talk about their memories and experiences with the best teams of their lives. Today we each answer that question and reflect

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Leo has been working on a new book. Jeffrey Hayzlett of C-Suite Network has agreed to write the Foreword. Jeffrey appeared on the podcast back in April 2019. Thomas F. Anglero, the Director of Innovation for IBM Nordic, will write the Afterword.  Thomas also appeared on our podcast. Leo explains why they’re an ideal fit

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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, on this episode of the What Anyone Can Do podcast, Leo and Randy talk about understanding. Leo’s most recent client work was with a high-performing cross-functional corporate leadership team. They have an existing culture of seeking understanding, even when they disagree. From marriage relationships to board room relationships, group and team performances depend on

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In this episode of the What Anyone Can Do podcast, Leo and Randy talk about forming new groups. Fresh from an engagement in Edmonton where Leo led a workshop for a brand new CEO peer group, today’s conversation considers the factors that contribute to helping groups (and teams) achieve more. Useful links: The Peer Advantage –

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Today, on this episode of the What Anyone Can Do podcast, Leo and Randy talk about the right people. LSU just won the NCAA Division 1 football championship. They’re a case study in assembling the right people. From head coach Ed Orgeron to LSU’s passing game coordinator Joe Brady to quarterback Joe Burrow, LSU demonstrated how

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