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 and Craig Weber recently published an article at Medium entitled, The Other Pandemic. The graphic to illustrate the article speaks to how this article came to be. Listen to our conversation and you’ll discover more. Be sure to listen or watch the conversation we had with Craig Weber about conversational capacity, too. #ThePowerOfWEBeginsWithYOU

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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

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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

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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

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Laura Goodrich is an expert in Transformation and the Future of Work. She has over 20 years of experience as an executive coach and innovator.  She is recognized by Thinkers 360 as the top 20 thought leaders in Transformation, Future of Work, Change, Culture and Technology. Her global perspectives on workforce dynamics and change have

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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

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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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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,

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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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